The Director of public prosecution (DPP) Noordin Haji has earlier today convinced a magistrate to withdraw charges against the accused persons in the case facing deputy president Rigathi Gachagua — and Gachagua himself — a case where the second in command is named in a 7.5 billion scandal.
According to Haji, accused persons in the case including DP Rigathi Gachagua wrote to him requesting that he should do a review on the evidence presented before him. According to his review, the case as currently presented before court cannot stand, thereby applying to withdraw it.
And now, Citizen TV journalist Linus Kaikai has come out to launch scathing criticism on DPP Noordin Haji saying he has committed a huge blunder.
Kaikai wondered why Noordin Haji, in his own admission, filed a faulty case against Gachagua and allowed the former DCI boss George Kinoti to pressurize him into charging the DP.
He says that Haji has no excuse for his failures and succumbing to pressure from the previous executive and that he has acted against the constitution.
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