Democratic Action party which is associated to the outgoing Defence Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa, has broken silencevin the withdrawal of several corruption cases by the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji.
Taking to their social media pages, the party faulted the move arguing that it is a clear indication that the judicial and Prosecution system has been compomised.
The party alleged that the executive arm of government has gone to bed with the Judiciary. The party regretted that it is the country that risk suffering as the economy will likely collapse.
"The withdrawal of the many corruption cases by DPP Noordin Haji clearly shows a compromised judicial & prosecution system that has gone to bed with the executive to serve their interests" The party posted on their official Social media pages.
"At the end, it's Kenyans and our economy that's at a loss." The party added.
DPP withdrew cases against Former KPLC bosses Tarus and Chumo, Aisha Jumwa's case also has been withdrawn.
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