The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Noordin Haji, has broken silence over the case involving Inspector General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai's son, who is accused of causing death by dangerous driving.
The accident has seen the families of the deceased accuse police of cover up, forcing the DPP to intervene and assure them that the due process would be followed and justice served.
Speaking in Garissa County on Tuesday, December 7, Haji pronounced his commitment towards ensuring that the two families get justice within the shortest time possible.
The DPP, however, stated that his office has not yet received the police file for prosecution, assuring once he does, the due process will be followed.
"I will check my desk, if it is ready, we will proceed and prosecute. As we said, justice will be served to every Kenyan," he stated.
The DPP also cleared the air over a possible cover up by police to protect the IG's son identified as David Mwendwa.
The family of one of the deceased, a 28-year-old motorcycle rider, was thrown into disbelief after identifying the body of their kin at the City Mortuary three days after he went missing.
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