The Director of Criminal And Investigation Mr. George Kinoti has a being doing a superb job. Since he was appointed and elevated by the head of state President Uhuru Kenyatta, several Kenyans were pleased with his job. His camp has been working tirelessly as they make sure all the Kenyans get their justice on time. More so, they have been making sure, all political leaders irrespective of their capacity they have been obeying the law.
Well, his camp was dealt a blow after the high court verdict. According to the high court ruling, DCI George Kinoti was expected to surrender to Kamiti Maximum prison and be jailed for four months.
Today, as reported by the reliable sources, the Justice Mrima has ordered that his ruling should be compiled. This message has awakened former Kakamega senator honorable Khalwale Boni, according to Boni, DCI Kinoti should adhere to the court ruling. Meanwhile, the latest allegations are showing that DCI Kinoti should not be blamed for Wajingi's arms but his predecessor.
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