The Directorate of Criminal Investigation has been the best in fighting crime. There have never been any loopholes as this department tries to show its efficiency. Recently, DCI got challenged as they failed to nab Caroline Kangogo in several days until her demise. Last week, the directorate arrested a criminal based in Juja who has been illegally registering simcards.
It explained that the accused managed to hack into the systems of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to get details of various individuals and register the simcards for sinister motives. The public praised DCI for their good job.
However, these acclamations were short-lived after the IEBC released an official letter denying the claims that their servers were hacked. The IEBC claimed that the allegations are not factual. It further states that its system has never been hacked since its installation eight years ago.
They added that the servers are not connected to the open internet and the rest of the commission's internal network is behind a high security firewall system. This seems to be trouble brewing for Kinoti to explain the allegations his directorate made.
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