"I don't Regret Working With Kinoti" DPP Hajji Says, Speaks On Ongoing Cases Against the DCIs
The director of public prosecution, Noordin Hajji has revealed that he does not regret working with the former director of the directorate of criminal investigations, George Kinoti. Photo :Courtesy Speaking on KTN News, Hajji has claimed that he does not regret working with Kinoti stating that his work with the former DCI Boss was a learning process.
Sonko Fires Back, Reveals Names Of Those Allegedly Plotting to Block His Mombasa Gubernatorial Bid
Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko, who is running for governor of Mombasa, has slammed the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Hajji and Chief Justice Martha Koome for their stance on ousted governors' eligibility to run for elected positions in the upcoming elections. During a press conference from his Kilifi County home, the outspoken politician accused CJ Martha Koome and DPP Hajji of commenting on ongoing cases.
DPP Hajji withdraws case against Tob Cohen wife Sarah
Earlier today the direction of public prosecutions Nurdeen Hajj has withdrawn the case of Sarah Wairimu accused of killing his husband Tob Cohen . However Sarah once disclosed while in custody that the murder was done by people who are well known and are protected by a government body in Kenya .
Gorge Kinoti On The Spot As DPP Hajji Reveals How He Atrempted To Ruin DP Gachagua Reputation
After it became clear that the sh 7.4 billion graft case brought against Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua was a malicious plot by his detractors, the Director of Public Prosecution, DPP Hajji, finally broke his silence. DPP Hajji stated in an exclusive interview on Sunday that it wasn't his office's fault to report Gachagua to the media, claiming that the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) under the direction of their retired boss, George Kinoti, had pressured his office to do so in an effort to damage Gachagua's good name and make the public perceive him as a bad leader.