The High court has today Monday 29 issued a ruling on The Directorate of Criminal Investigations boss George Kinoti. This is after he messed with billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi by taking his arms. Judge Anthony Mrima on 25 refused to call off the imprisonment of Kinoti after Paul Kihara who is the sitting attorney general asked him to.
He told him that he would issue his ruling on Monday which he has done. The judge has once again slapped the DCI boss in the face after he said the 18 November rest warrant will be effective as earlier ruled by the High Court. Kinoti is required to surrender himself to Kamiti maximum prison or he will be forcibly be taken in after 18.
Kinoti's case has been the hottest in the country as Kenyans look forward to seeing if the court order will be executed if he fails to surrender himself. Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka had asked Jimmy Wanjigi to forgive the boss and have talks where he will meditate while in a church service on Sunday. It has however not been said if he is ready to consent.
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