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Investigations officers sacrifice a lot. They put their lives in danger to compile evidence against thieves and cartels. But at some point once the Prosecution starts, a few individuals frustrate the cases and we never hear anything of it. A passionate appeal.Picture for illustrative purpose.
This is according to Director of Criminal Investigations DCI Kinoti, as he passionately addressed the judiciary. He confidently and boldly said that he will remain strong and focused on war against graft.
This tweet attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*The fight against corruption will never be won as long as judges are taking bribes, colluding with thugs and thieves who loot public resources. Kinoti is right. Justice Koome must start by joining the fight against Corruption. Judges must take a stand on this.Picture for illustrative purpose.
*There are three main actors in the war against Corruption. Police, The Prosecution (ODPP) and the Judiciary. If the police have done their part of investigating and forwarded files to ODPP for prosecution, let the other arms i.e Judiciary & ODPP do their part.
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