Dr. Fred Matiang'i, a former interior minister who worked for former President Uhuru Kenyatta's government, is set to be arrested by the police on unnamed charges.
The former CS was supposed to appear at the DCI headquarters office in Nairobi yesterday to say something but failed to do so.
According to evidence obtained through his lawyers, Dr. Fred Matiang'i could not appear before the DCI's office to make a statement because he was not notified or formally invited to do so.
Additionally, the subpoena was found to be invalid because it was not signed by either the court or the DCI.
Finally, the lawyers revealed that their client Dr. Matiang'i is missing due to personal commitments and as a result could not appear before the DCI's office to make a statement.
Detective Michael Sang of the Serious Crime Squad summoned Matiang’i to appear before him over recent claims that his home in Nairobi was raided by police a fortnight ago, a matter that has been widely reported in a section of the media.
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