Miguna Miguna has become one of the loyal friends the president William Ruto has now. After the head of facilitated his return from exile, he has choose to repay him by defending him whenever anyone come against him. Jubilee secretary general David Murathe who was on front foot to campaign for Raila Odinga for August 9 general election which he lost to Ruto has officially picked a fresh with the president.
For the past three years, Sarah Cohen has been spending time in jail following the shocking murder of famous Tycoon Tob Cohen. Interestingly, the DPP has now dropping her case, setting her free. Well questions have been raised as to who killed the famous Tycoon and what could have been the motive.
The murder of the late dutch tycoon Tob Cohen whose lifeless body was found abandoned in a septic tank in his own home after missing for several days continue to attract widespread attention from many kenyans and also back in Netherlands where Cohen's relatives are. Recently, the director of public prosecution Noordin Haji made a move to withdraw the murder charges against Cohen's widow Sarah Wairimu and instead, substitute it with a public inquest.
After the murder charges against her were dismissed, Sarah Wairimu Cohen sought Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) Amin Mohamed to assist her in getting back her marital house. Her attorney, Senior Counsel Philip Murgor, ordered that the investigative agencies hand over whatever property they had taken during the investigation in a news release dated Tuesday, December 6.
The fate of the Chairperson of the Communications Authority (CA) Mary Wambui Mungai who is facing charges of tax evasion of Sh2.2 billion will be known on January 10, 2023. This is following the request of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji to be given 30 days to evaluate all the evidence in the case where Mrs. Wambui was accused together with her daughter.
Noordin Haji, the director of public prosecution (DPP), is currently in the spotlight following the widespread withdrawal of cases involving prominent figures, particularly from President William Ruto's party. Law Society of Kenya (LSK) head Eric Theuri stated via People Daily on Twitter that the DPP should be questioned on the dismissal of charges against leaders from the Kenya Kwanza Government, which was seen after President William Ruto was sworn in.
''Don't Let the Murderers of My Brother Walk Free'' Cohen's Sister Van Straten Sends Message to Ruto
Sister to the late tycoon Tob Cohen has sent a message to President William Ruto. According to Van Straten, the DPP Noordin Haji wants to withdraw a case against Serah Wairimu and this is a matter that has shocked her the bone marrow. Here is a link: https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/realtime/2022-12-06-cohens-sister-wants-ruto-to-intervene-in-brothers-case/
Twist As Arror, Kimwarer Dams Scandal Witnesses Receive Threats As Claims Of Lack Of Evidence Emerge
The case surrounding Arror and Kimwarer dams scandal has taken a new twist following claims of lack of evidence. It is reported that the case could be dismissed due to lack of evidence after some witnesses claimed that their lives were in danger. This is after the witnesses allegedly received threats.
The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in Kenya Kwanza government with president William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua promising many things uncontrollably. Time is moving with speed and President William Ruto Warned his cabinet Secretary's to avoid doing things that will cause Kenyans to ridicule his government.
The late Tob Cohen sister has pleaded with President William Ruto to step in to prevent the dismissal of the murder case against her brother. Today, Tuesday, December 6, when DPP Noordin Haji requested that the case be stopped, the case is most likely to be withdrawn.
The Council of Governors now wants the transfer of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) staff payroll management to counties, and additional resources allocated to the devolved units so as to enable them renew their contracts in May next year. The Council’s Chairperson Anne Waiguru on Monday said there is a potential health
Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Noordin Haji, is now on the spot after his mass withdrawal of cases involving high-profile leaders especially from President William Ruto's camp. In a statement via People Daily on Twitter, Law Society of Kenya (LSK) boss Eric Theuri said that the DPP should be questioned on the withdrawal of charges involving leaders from Kenya Kwanza Government which was being witnessed after President William Ruto was sworn in.
New details have emerged on business tycoon Tobb Cohen's murder after the head of public prosection Noordin Haji called for public inquest letting Sarah Cohen go without being prosecuted. The question still remains on who really wanted the business tycoon dead. According to the information from a reliable source, sudden twist as the mystery of Cohen's murder has taken a new move, it is alleged that two politicians who are not mentioned were involved in the disappearance and murder of the Dutch business tycoon Tob Cohen and that they could feature in an public inquest into the death of the businessman.
Noordin Haji, the Director of Public Prosecutions, ordered a public inquest into the death of tycoon Tob Cohen after identifying eight inconsistencies in the case. Haji stated in a letter dated Thursday, December 1, that the detectives failed to cover the 35 areas proposed by his office.
Kenyans are eagerly awaiting the actions of the Kenya Kwanza government as political machinations continue to devastate the nation. President William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, have made uncontrollably lofty promises regarding their plans for the nation. The president of Kenya, William Ruto, warned his cabinet secretaries to refrain from doing anything that would make Kenyans mock his government, warning that time is going quickly.
The murder charges against Sarah Wairimu, who was charged with killing her husband Tob Cohen, were dropped, and the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has spoken out to explain why. The DPP said in a letter dated December 1, 2022, that 35 points raised by the DPP's office by the investigators working on the case had not been addressed.
Two secondary schools students were sentenced to death by a Narok court for violently robbing and killing a taxi driver. Bashir Ibrahim and Ibrahim Abdullahi had appeared before Narok chief magistrate Wilbroda Juma and charged that between March 14 and 15 in 2016 at Total area in Narok town, jointly with others, they violently robbed Richard Simiren, a taxi driver, of a motor vehicle valued at Sh1.2 million and his mobile phone valued at Sh15,000 and killed him.
Thursday, December 1, 2022 - The Director of the Attorney General's Office (DPP) has demanded an end to the assassination of Minister of Civil Service Aisha Zumwa. This confession was made in a virtual trial by Supreme Court Justice Ann Oneginjo. Because of this, the DPP demanded that Jumwa testify as a government witness against his bodyguard, rather than as a suspect.
Noordin Haji, the director of public prosecutions, cited eight discrepancies in the case and called for a public inquest into the death of tycoon Tob Cohen. Haji wrote on Thursday, December 1 that his office had not received adequate coverage of 35 areas he had suggested be investigated.
Kenyans are eagerly awaiting what will transpire in the Kenya Kwanza government as political machinations continue to devastate the nation and as president William Ruto and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, make outrageously obscene promises. President William Ruto advised his cabinet secretaries to avoid doing actions that would make Kenyans mock his government, saying that time was running out.