A year has elapsed since the late Kipyegon Kenei who was a body guard attached to the deputy president William Ruto was murdered and with the perpetrators still at large,the family have expressed their concerns of the delayed justice.
Kenei was found dead in his residence on February 20 2020 a case which was termed as murder and it was linked to the sh.40billion arms deal scandal that was alleged to have been conducted in Ruto's office.
His family are now pointing an accusing finger for the deputy president William Ruto for going mum on the issue after privately holding a meeting with the family promising them he will do all he could to see justice prevail.
Kenei's father John Chesang has vowed to revive the murder case as he questioned why their son is yet to be accorded the respect he deserved having worked in the deputy president's office for seven years.
"We, the family, were expecting to see him (Ruto) because he had claimed that he would have been the target instead of Kenei.Why has he not informed us of any other entity he is using to carry out the investigations?,He does not want DCI and FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations), what does he want?” questioned Chesang.
According to Chesang, the deputy president has taken no action to date and instead he is also blaming the Directorate of criminal investigation.
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