The director of public prosecution, Noordin Hajji has revealed that he does not regret working with the former director of the directorate of criminal investigations, George Kinoti.
Speaking on KTN News, Hajji has claimed that he does not regret working with Kinoti stating that his work with the former DCI Boss was a learning process.
According to the reports given by Hajji, he went on to say that in as much as he there are a lot of allegations against the DCIs, proof is needed for them to be considered guilty
"I don't Regret Working with the former boss of the directorate of criminal investigations, George Kinoti because i think that this was a learning process. Things that happened under the supervision of Kinoti will never happen again. President William Ruto has revealed that he is going to respect independent institutions and that's all we need ", Dpp Hajji.
This is happening at the same time when President William Ruto has called upon the National Police Service to work for all Kenyans following the oath they took when they were joining the Police.
President William Ruto who was speaking against the DCIs Special Service Unit has claimed that it is so unfortunate that the people who were supposed to protect Kenyans turned into killers.
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