DCI George Kinoti Lands In Serious Trouble With This Two After His Latest Message Backfired
By Joeshu | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 6577 views
DPP and DCI Kenya are the people who have failed the fight against corruption. DCI George Kinoti has landed in trouble with Kenyans after his latest message backfired. He said, "Last night, a couple's squabble involving a Kenya Defense Forces officer turned lethal when his 27-Yr-Old wife, armed with her teeth, served him three major bites that promoted him to eternal rest. The 37-yr-old officer, a Private at the Gilgil KDF Camp, died in his house."
Dennis Itumbi reacted angrily where he stated that, "Is this death of a human being being described by those supposed to be investigating it? Completely insesitive! But again, hii ni DCI, the same guys who love Drama and Headlines!"
LSK Suspended president Nelson Havi did not spare himself either he reacted as he stated that, "Dear Mr George Kinoti, who is operating your Twitter handle? Your work is to prevent crime and apprehend offenders for criminal prosecution. Not to dramatize the occurrence of crime!" DCI Kinoti should be fighting corruption instead of dramatising domestic violence.
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