The Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti has suffered another blow after High Court declined to suspend the four months imprisonment over contempt of court. (Photo, Courtesy) Through Attorney General Paul Kihara Kariuki, the DCI boss sought for the judge to suspend the sentence and the imminent arrest, pending the hearing and determination of his application.
Corruption is one of the enemies of development to our Kenyan economy.Ironically the leaders we elect are the ones who are stealing the tax payers money meant to help them in different sectors.Corruption cases has seen the Kenyan government implementing an independent body under the new constitution to fight corruption the ethics and anti corruption commission (EACC)which to some extent have tried their level best.
Hunter Becomes the Hunted; Here is The Crime That Led to DCI Kinoti Getting a 4 Month Imprisonment at Kamiti
Director of criminal investigation Mr George Kinoti has been sentenced to serve four months in prison for contempt of court. High Court Judge Anthony Mirima slapped Kinoti with the sentence after he failed to return Presidential Aspirant Jimmy Wanjigi firearms which in 2017 from his home in Malindi. Kinoti, who has been given 7 days to surrender is expected to be jailed at Kamiti Maximum Prisons.
The high court boss, Justice Anthony Mirima has acted against the DCI boss, George Kinoti by judging him for his disobedience against court order. Kinoti will spend four months in Kamiti prison. This is according to the citizen news. He has been ordered to surrender to the people in charge of the prisons within seven days.
The file containing documents challenging former Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich Prosecution has gone missing. This comes as a blow to Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji who has been seeking to have the case heard by an uneven bench constituted by the Chief Justice. Justice Anthony Mirima was forced to adjourn the mention of the case on Monday following the incident.
The Narc Kenya party leader also known as Iron lady, Martha Karua and Makueni Governor Kivutha Kibwana are the new 'no' political faces of the movement. The two are working closely with economist David Ndii, former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga and other civil society key players. Civil society players have secured a major victory in their bid to stop the Building Bridges Initiative referendum after the court ruled that a case challenging the process will proceed. The Constitutional Court judge Anthony Mirima