The Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti has today, 29 November 2021, received a ruling from the High Court of Kenya on his fate after legal tussle with billionaire and presidential aspirant Jimi Wanjigi. DCI Director, George Kinoti [Photo/Courtesy] On 25 November, Justice Antony Mrima had refused to set aside the order requiring Kinoti to surrender himself to the Kamiti Maximu Prison after an application by Attorney General Paul Kihara, instead stating that he would rule on the matter today.
The Director of Criminal And Investigation Mr. George Kinoti has a being doing a superb job. Since he was appointed and elevated by the head of state President Uhuru Kenyatta, several Kenyans were pleased with his job. His camp has been working tirelessly as they make sure all the Kenyans get their justice on time.
DCI Kinoti on the Spot as Kiharu MP Ndindi Nyoro Reveal What Tangatanga Expects From Uhuru's Address
Expectations are high as President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to deliver his second last state of the nation address this afternoon. (Photo, Courtesy) President Kenyatta's address comes at a time when the country is grappling with effects of the covid 19 pandemic, ailing economy, election campaigns and BBI.
George Kinoti is the current boss of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations in Kenya. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations, is a semi-autonomous directorate of the National Police Service responsible for investigating complex cases. It is headed by a Director who reports to the Inspector General of Police.
The political muscles continue ravaging the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. The political Supremacy battle continues taking the country by storm and leaders are regrouping to unite ahead of 2022 general elections. With political tension building across the country, Kenyans are becoming more anxious about 2022 general elections, security of Kenyans is becoming a concern and CS Interior Fred Matiang'i, PS Interior Karanja Kibicho, IG Hillary Mutyambai and DCI George Kinoti are doing all they can to make sure that Kenyans are protected ahead of 2022 general elections.
The Director of Criminal Investigation Boss George Kinoti is now a man under pressure to resign from his post following his conviction by the High Court after the Orange Democratic Movement Secretary General Edwin Sifuna Joined in the race to call for his ouster. This comes after the Court on Monday the 29th of November 2021 declined to issue a stay order on his four month Jail term.
The 2022 general elections approaching with speed and tension is building across the country and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to see what will happen in 2022 general elections. With electioneering period around the Corner Kenyans are eager to vote for there best political leaders they love and treasure ahead of 2022 general elections.
Dennis Itumbi is a communication and digital strategist allied to the deputy president Dr William Ruto camp. Itumbi is also a close ally of the United Democratic Alliance party that is advocating for the bottom up economic model. Today, President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to address the nation in parliament buildings that will bring together both the national and senate assemblies.
Things are really turning around in a quick manner to George Kinoti. For a period of time, the DCI boss has been a darling of almost everyone but just in a flash, the court is trying to take him down for good. Some few days ago, the country was almost brought to a standstill when the High Court sentenced George Kinoti to four months in prison.
The High Court has ruled that the Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti must comply with an earlier ruling that had seen him jailed for four months over contempt of court. According to High Court judge Anthony Mrima, his initial orders that had been made on the 18th of November where he directed the Inspector General of the National Police to execute must be implemented turning down a request to set the same aside.
George Kinoti is in trouble following courts ruling that has declined to suspend the order to send him to jail ordering for his arrest if he doesn't present himself to jail. According to High Court, there is no compelling reason to show why Kinoti must not serve a sentence in jail over contemt of court.
The High court has today Monday 29 issued a ruling on The Directorate of Criminal Investigations boss George Kinoti. This is after he messed with billionaire Jimmy Wanjigi by taking his arms. Judge Anthony Mrima on 25 refused to call off the imprisonment of Kinoti after Paul Kihara who is the sitting attorney general asked him to.
The director of criminal investigation boss has today suffered another blow after the high court of Kenya declined to suspend his four month jail term. According to the judge of the high court Anthony Muruma, the orders remain in force and no one should interfere with it. This has come after the court gave the director of criminal investigation boss George Kinoti a four month jail for violating the court rules.
DCI Boss, George Kinoti has been on the headlines after the High Court sentenced him to four months in jail fo disobeying Court order requiring him to return the guns to Jimmy Wanjigi. Kinoti has been trying everything possible to overturn the High Court's ruling. Photo Courtesy/ DCI Boss, George Kinoti
DCI Reacts After a Renowned Blogger Asks The Court To Drop All Charges & Free DCI Boss George Kinoti
Renowned blogger Gordon Opiyo has called upon the High Court urging the judges to drop the charges they gave to the DCI Boss, George Kinoti. Taking to his Facebook account to express his opinion after Kinoti's sentencing, Opiyo said that it was so unfortunate that the High Court would even think of Sentencing Kinoti to 4 months in prison, behind Kamiti which holds some of the most dangerous criminals who were put their by Kinoti himself.
DCI Kinoti Photo | Courtesy Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti was sentenced to 4 months in prison for contempt of court. Kinoti had been earlier ordered to return an array of ammunitions belonging to businessman Jimmy Wanjigi that were seized in 2017. On failure to do so, Wanjigi later moved to court seeking an order to force Kinoti to return his guns; the order was granted by Justice Chacha Mwita on June 21, 2019.
On the 18th of November, Justice Anthony Mrima of the High Court of Kenya made a ruling that divided opinions among sections of Kenyans. The learned judge proved to Kenyans that nobody is above the law by sentencing Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss to four months imprisonment following the arms case that involved him and presidential aspirant Jimmy Wanjigi.
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti has been under intense pressure since the High Court sentenced him to serve four months in Kamiti Maximum Prison for the failure to return Jimmy Wanjigi's firearms. The DCI boss tried to appeal for the sentencing, but the High Court still wants him to serve the four months in jail.
Good News For Kinoti, CAS Kinuthia Said DCI Boss Should Enjoy Immunities Similar To Judicial Officer
Indeed it's good news to Directorate of Criminal Investigations, DCI Kenya, George Kinoti following the latest bold remarks by vocal and popular CAS, Zack Kinuthia. If CAS Kinuthia calling to our able judiciary on matters jailing Kinoti is anything to go by, there's a high chance Kinoti will not be jailed as earlier reported.
(Kalonzo Musyoka addressing the media) The Wiper Party leader Kalonzo Musyoka, has sent a message to the Nairobi bussinesman, Jimmy Wanjigi, asking him to pardon the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss, George Kinoti, and save him from going to jail.