The Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI Kenya led by their boss George Kinoti has finally published the photos of a fugitive on social media, and declared him a wanted criminal.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Through their official twitter hurdle, the DCI said the following; "David Kahi Ambuko alias General, is wanted by detectives following a warrant of arrest issued against him by Milimani Law Courts in Criminal Case No. 694/2018." reads part of their tweetPicture for illustrative purpose.
This tweet attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*He might soon resurface as he disbands the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI investigations department.
*My brother paid 100k plus to get a job in Qatar. The day they were to be taken to the airport, the vehicle that had been booked didn't pick them. Upon going back to the rooms where they were putting up, all mattresses and blankets had been taken away. And he boarded a bus back home.
*Good job our competent DCI. But then again, I think a law should be enacted by parliament where such criminals including those who kill, kidnap and rob should be shot by firing squad on conviction.
*Was background check done? Can we have heads rolling? However, those awarded the tender to him should now be behind bars and if not stop PR. We are a little bit busy.
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