ednesday, April 28, 2021 -Office of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations DCI has urged the incoming Chief Justice to corporate with investigating officers.
In his lengthy public address issued today Wednesday April 28 in Nairobi, Mr. Kinoti detailed how many so criminals had been set free in the previous Judiciary dispensation. He recounted how his officers have been working hard sometime to a point of risking their own lives while digging for evidences in graft cases, but when they hand over the matter to the Courts, suspect are granted skewed orders for their freedom. This, according to Kinoti, has continued to frustrate justice.
“They put their lives in danger to compile evidence against thieves and CARTELS. But at some point once the Prosecution starts, a few individuals frustrate the cases and we never hear anything of it,” DCI Kinoti stated.
He then said the fight against corruption may never end if the culture of impunity will not stop within corridors of justice.
Kinoti is now asking the next CJ to cooperate with him if crime and graft is to be put to an end in this country.