Noordin Haji, the director of public prosecution (DPP), is currently in the spotlight following the widespread withdrawal of cases involving prominent figures, particularly from President William Ruto's party.
Law Society of Kenya (LSK) head Eric Theuri stated via People Daily on Twitter that the DPP should be questioned on the dismissal of charges against leaders from the Kenya Kwanza Government, which was seen after President William Ruto was sworn in.
Further challenging the DPP, he demanded an explanation of how charges were decided upon despite cases being withdrawn.
Theuri screamed, "The DPP must take responsibility and explain how the decision to charge was arrived at if the cases are being withdrawn for lack of evidence."
Leading figures like Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, Gender CS Aisha Jumwa, Agriculture CS Mithika Linturi, and Sarah Wairimu are among those whose cases DPP Haji withdrew.
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