Former Interior and Coordination of National Government Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i is being sought by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation, DCI, and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, EACC.
Matiang'i was five days ago scheduled to appear before the DCI to answer questions regarding his alleged house raid by police officers. The EACC was also on the case of the powerful CS in former President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. The agency is investigating his wealth and wrote to the DCI for more information about Matiang'i.
News broke out yesterday that Matiang'i was out of the country. He silently left on February 19 at 12.04 in the morning aboard a KLM flight. The destination on his ticket (whose copy the DCI now possesses) indicated he would land in Amsterdam, Netherlands twenty four minutes past 6 in the morning.
The Daily Nation has now revealed that the former CS is not in Amsterdam anymore. As of last night, he is believed to be in London, the United Kingdom.
The government has not revealed the next course of action; how it will go about the cases provided the subject is not reachable nor accessible.
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