Government Mutahi Ngunyi’s controversial comments on the late interior CS Joseph Nkaissery taken down

- Controversial analyst Mutahi Ngunyi's You Tube page is on the verge of being taken down

- This is after the government contacted Google on some of the content peing posted on the channel

- Ngunyi, in his latest ********, alleged that Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery might have been assasinated

Political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi could be on the government’s radar, after an explosive video was uploaded on his Youtube page regarding the late interior CS Joseph Nkaissery.

Joseph Ole Nkaissery passed away on July 8, only a day after he attended the saba saba prayers the previous day.

While an autopsy report reveale the cause of death was a heart attack, there was mass speculation surrounding his sudden ending initially, with Mutahi Ngunyi being at the centre of theories.

Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi on the spot for Nkaissery comments

A past photo of Mutahi Ngunyi. PHOTO: NTV

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The controversial Youtube video seemed to suggest that there was foul play in Nkaissery’s death.

"Did Nkaissery really die or did they force him to die?" then concluded, “in my view, Nkaissery was assassinated.” He had writted on his youtube channel dubbed “The Fifth Estate”.

Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi on the spot for Nkaissery comments

The late Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery. PHOTO: Standard

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The government has now come out strongly against such utterances, with reports suggesting that online powerhouse Google has been contacted to take down Mutahi Ngunyi's You tube channel.

Information, Communication and Technology Cabinet Secretary Jose Mucheru noted that at such a high political season, such utterances could have serious ramifications on the country.

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"We have seen a lot of activity online during the campaign season and I can tell you that almost everyday, there is someone calling me to take down some piece of inciting content," Mucheru was quoted by Standard.

The late Nkaissery is set to be buried on Saturday, July 15 in his family home in Bisil, Kajiado county.

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