Huge Blow to Students Who Burned Schools as DPP Reveals 2 Stern Procedures They Must be Subjected to
Photo of DPP Noordin Haji. It is no longer a smooth walk in the garden for students who set ablaze distinguished schools across the country as the Director of Public Prosecution reveals two stern procedures they must be subjected to. DPP articulated that learners found guilty of this abnoxious act will first of all face a date in the court before been subjected to other correctional procedures such as guidance and counselling.
Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji has spoken out after the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti was sentenced to four months in prison. In a sit-down with Kenyans.co.ke on Saturday, November 21, on the sidelines of the editors' sensitisation workshop between the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) and Kenya Editors Guild (KEG), the DPP noted that Kinoti should have been given a chance to defend himself.
Kenyans are hardworking and always focused to make sure that our country's economy gets to another level. With the outbreak of covid-19 pandemic left many Kenyans languishing in poverty after loosing jobs and some were left surviving. Things are getting messy and ugly as the country's economy is really making Kenyans suffer.
Just a day after the DPP's tweeter account was reported to be hacked, another details have emerged revealing that his official facebook account has also been hacked. This happens coincidently that as the process to restore his twitter account, then facebook is now in trouble. According to the source, the DPP confirmed the hacking on its Twitter account late Tuesday and he went ahead to assure that plans to restore the account were underway. “We wish to inform members of the public that our Facebook page has
Noordin Haji, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), has recently been in the news due to rumors in the local media about an apparent feud with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). Noordin Haji exposed his sensitive side in an interview with KBC TV when he wasn't dealing with cases.
Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Noordin Haji has been in the limelight in the recent past after reports from local media of his alleged row with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). Speaking in an interview with KBC TV, Noordin Haji revealed his soft side whenever he isn't dealing with cases.
Noordin Mohamed Haji, is a Kenyan advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a position he has held for the last 21 years and the current Director of Public Prosecutions, replacing Keriako Tobiko who resigned in 2018. He is the second Director of Public Prosecutions after the promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010, which made the Office an independent entity from the Attorney General's Office.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Chair Nick Mwendwa can afford a sigh of relief after the Director for Public Prosecution (DPP) closed his case file without preferring any charges against him. With the new development, Mwendwa who was on last week Monday freed on Ksh4 million cash bail is now a free man.
FKF president Nick Mwenda has been rearrested again a day after he was set free by the court. He was set free yesterday on 25th of November after his case was closed as the court had preferred no charges against him. The DCI has arrested him and they took him to their headquarters where he is currently held.
Director of public prosecution Noordin Haji has finally responded to the critics who have been trying to remove him from the office saying that he is corrupt and the allegations of failing to prosecute the cases as they arise. Speaking to an interview in the night of Wednesday, 24th, November 2021 the Dpp said that he is set to leave the office of the Director of Public Prosecution should the president compose a tribunal to investigate him according to the petitions that have been filed against him.
The woman representative Nairobi county Esther Passaris Wants DCI and DPP to ban the former Nairobi governor, Mike Sonko from using social media. This comes after Mike Sonko was spotted leaking some videos. According to the report, he leaked videos implicating various individuals including Justice Chitembwe in alleged corrupt dealings.
FKF CEO Barry Otieono has confirmed the re arresting of the suspended FKF presdent Nick mwendwa a day after the court dropped corruption charges against him.Police at DCI headquarters has said that their probe against him is still ongoing and that there was a miscommunication that lead to his release yesterday.Mwendwa had been arrested on November 12 and released on a cash bail of 4 million as the DPP conducted a seven day investigations against him, however the DPP decided to close his file.
The office of the director of public prosecution (DPP) has reached out to the public informing them of hackers that have infiltrated their Facebook page and allegedly changed the name which is now reading in what is suspected to be Asian language. The incident which has happened just a few minutes ago no pains abroad picture of the vulnerability of Kenyans with online platforms.
A petition by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) seeking the removal of Deputy Chief Justice, Philomena Mbete Mwilu, from office was quashed by the High Court. On Friday, November 12, the High Court sitting in Nairobi ordered the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) to stop deliberations on DCJ Mwilu's possible ejection.
New details have emerged in connection to Tob Cohen murder which has been going for almost one year,in a letter dated yesterday it has been disclosed that DPP Norddin Hadji wants to sue a top detective for swearing an affidavit without his consent,in the latter it was revealed that a former ATPU boss brought evidence to the court which was misleading,further contents of the letter want IG of Police Hillary Mutyambai to investigate the officer involvement in investigating Judge Sankale Ole Kantai claiming the evidence is misleading and false.
Director of Public prosecutions has suffered a huge blow in his efforts to remove Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu from office over corruption allegations. The court has made it clear that DPP prayers violates the doctrine of separation of powers hence invalid and void. Haji has been at the forefront trying to prosecute Philomena Mwilu to ensure she rots in jail but that has not succeeded.
(The Director of Public Prosecution Haji) The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) Haji was left dissapointed after the High Court ruled out his petition against Deputy Chief Justice (DCJ) Philomena Mbete Mwilu on Friday, November 12. The Judges in the High court ruled that the DPP and DCI cannot petition the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) for the removal of Philomena Mbete or any other judges since they are state officers.
Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa has been re-arresited again today Friday of 26 November 2021, along Kiambu road on his way from Runda area, along Nairobi Kiambu highway. This happened after Mwendwa's vehicle was blocked by two unknown cars , arrested and taken to DCI headquarters .the re-arrest comes a day after the DPP closed its file against Nick Mwendwa , claiming no charges against him.
Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji today has criticized the government following the orders subjected to him. According to DPP Noordin Haji, the constitution of Kenya is clearly defending him and allowing him to access information and discharge his mandate to Kenyans and not to be coward or threatened by anybody.
The DPP Haji has finally broken his silence as he speaks on Directorate and Criminal Investigation, DCI Kinoti's 4-Month sentence for what they referred to as contempt of the court. According to the reports as reported from the High Court sitting in Nairobi sentenced the top sleuth to a four-month jail term at the Kamiti Maximum Prison on Thursday, November 18, for contempt of court.