President William Ruto has issued fresh orders minutes after reportedly receiving information that Director General of DCI Hon George Kinoti has decided to resign from his duties as per from Today. Addressing the media on Tuesday afternoon where he also named the Members of his Cabinet, the head of state has also instructed the Directorate of Criminal Investigation to fast-track the process of appointing the man of Woman or Man who will take the place of Kinoti adding that the Executive has no mandate to interfere with the affair of the Security agencies.
A 26-year-old priest was on friday found dead inside a woman’s house in Gichugu area, Kirinyaga County. According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI), the deceased, identified as Harman Biim visited the woman’s house on Thursday evening before his lifeless body was found lying in bed.
Some top government employees reportedly utilized by former President Uhuru Kenyatta to attack the Kenya Kwanza Alliance awoke to terrible news this morning. This happens when Uhuru Kenyatta's term as president of the Republic of Kenya ends and President William Ruto takes over as the fifth leader of the country.
The Directorate of criminal Investigation boss George Kinoti has been spotted in a Rwandan shrine deep in prayer. This comes amid a move by the head of the public service, Joseph Kinyua, to bar cabinet secretaries and their principal secretaries from travelling outside the country. According to the directive the only person who has the power to authorize their travel abroad is President Dr William Ruto who is currently outside the country attending the 77th United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Investigative agencies are now planning a go slow to get back at the government over recent remarks by Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, it's emerging. Gachagua on Thursday warned the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) against investigating elected leaders, telling it to wait for reports.
A 56-year-old man identified as Njoroge Waweru from Nakuru County has left locals in shock after he attempted suicide by cutting off his privates using a kitchen knife. According to the investigations made by the police officers based in the area, Njoroge tried this suicidal act in his house while his wife was taking her bath.
Former Directorate of Criminal Investigation boss George Kinoti has officially handed over his Office to interim boss his deputy Massa Hamisi who would be the acting boss of the DCI. Photo:George Kinoti leaving DCI offices https://www.facebook.com/1105884899427847/posts/6313077485375203/?app=fbl Mr Kinoti presented his resignation to President William Samoei Ruto after a long service in the institution.President Ruto recently announced thay he had received resignations from George Kinoti and Inspector General of police Hilary Mutyambai.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation has disclosed what was found in Venezuelan National Jose Camargo whose name has appeared in the suspected rigging of votes in favor of Deputy President William Ruto's statehouse bid as new details emerge. In a report via the Nation, it has been established that the DCI has disclosed that the 32-year-old Venezuelan in his laptop that they had confiscated during that time they had arrested him together with two others had vital information relating to the August 9 elections.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua has now been faulted for not knowing the actual role of one of the most popular state bodies in the country; the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI). Gachagua had on Thursday lashed out at the agency, accusing it of being used to harass elected leaders, especially governors, in the previous regime led by former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Wednesday, September 14, 2022 – Seven Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) officers who arrested Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua last year have been forced to resign from the police service. Just in less than 24 hours since the swearing-in of president William Ruto and his deputy Rigathi Gachagua, the two have hit the road running with a number of executive orders already in place and working.
Some government employees have reportedly left their positions, which has sparked reactions by different Kenyans on social media as Ruto officially begins his presidential duties after being sworn in as the country's fifth president on Tuesday September 13 at Kasarani International Stadium. Seven police officers assigned to various roles reportedly quit their positions today, according to a news release from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation posted on their twitter account platform.
On Monday night 26th September,various reliable media outlets in Kenya announced about the sudden death of Lawyer Paul Gicheru.The standard digital reports that the lawyer was found dead at his Karen home and was facing witness interference charges at the International Criminal Court. One of the Non-Governmental Organisations in the country knkwn as Kenya Human Rights Commission(KHRC) made a statement about the untimely demise of the lawyer.The statement shared through their official twitter handle stated that the human rights body was concerned with the shocking news of lawyer Paul Gicheru.The organisation revealed that the lawyer was facing charges of witness interference at the International Criminal Court.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) has officially addressed claims that seven investigators left after DP Ruto and Rigathi were sworn in as president and vice president, respectively. Throughout the day, there were rumors on several social media sites that the seven police officers were trying to arrest Rigathi Gachagua while she was doing her job as MP for Mathira.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation sleuths through ballistic analysis has identified a gun that had been snatched from a cop only to be used in over 30 robberies within Nairobi. The gangsters used the firearm to steal from Mpesa kiosks in Nairobi for the last three years. The gun was snatched from a cop on special duty who was found lying in a pool of blood next to Parklands police station.
Detectives have rescued 18 victims of human trafficking, who had been harboured at a house in Athi River, enroute to a destination in the Gulf where they were to be sold as slaves. In a raid conducted by sleuths from the Transnational Organized Crimes Unit (TOCU) last evening, the eighteen were about to be shipped out of the country when the hawk-eyed detectives arrived and rescued them, following Intelligence leads.
DCI boss George Kinoti in a past function The Directorate of Criminal Investigation has shared news of how it's detectives unearthed a human trafficking syndicate that was planning to traffic some Kenyans outside the country.Through a notification shared on their social media handles. They notified that they rescued 18 victims of human trafficking.The victims were harboured at Athi River en-route to a country in the Gulf where they were to be sold as slaves.The DCI revealed that they followed intelligence leads to unearth the incident.Sleuths drawn form the transnational Organized crimes unit conducted a successful raid in the evening where they rescued the 18 People waiting to be shipped outside the country.
Worrying news has today emerged concerning the IEBC systems. According to reports, the Directorate of Criminal Investigation has recommended an urgent forensic audit on IEBC network system in ongoing standoff on whether the poll agency's system was infiltrated. The DCI added that it reached the decision after being convinced that the exhibits of 3 Venezuelans arrested at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport had substantial IEBC data.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigation has released fresh details concerning the three Venezuela citizens who were arrested at the Jomo kenyatta International while in possession of electronic gadgets and IEBC stickers. Photo:George Kinoti(Director General of DCI) In a report released by anti terrorism unit director Joseph Kolum the materials confiscated from the Venezuelans provide critical information on whether the IEBC system was intruded.
Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) on Thursday raided the home of former Kakamega Senator Cleopas Malala in Milimani, Kakamega. Several videos shared of the incident showed a contingent of police, a significant number in plainclothes, arriving at Malala's house. Other videos showed one of the men at the time, believed to be a police officer, trying to break into the former senators' home with a lockpick amid claims that Malala had locked herself inside the house.
PHOTO: COURTESY Raphael Tuju has finally responded to allegations of meeting the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission chairman Wafula Chebukati. According to Tuju, he met with Chebukati at 4 am not at 3 am as they alleged early. Tuju has also changed tune by stating that the IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati gave him a secret visit to his home at Karen.