The 2NK Sacco driver who was shown the door by his employer after he reported drunk school children to police officers, met the Director of Criminal Investigations, George Kinoti, last evening. John Muthoni, had earlier been invited by the DCI chief upon receiving news of his sacking, that was condemned by many Kenyans online.
Former Statehouse employee Dennis Itumbi, a vocal crusader of the Hustler Nation Movement, is said to have mentioned one thing that President Uhuru Kenyatta should start doing to protect his legacy. The self-proclaimed Hustler Nation Movement spokesperson, taking to Twitter, believes it is not too late for the Head of State to change the course of his legacy.
Fear gripped Gatundu yesterday as two armed thugs brandished their weapons and shot two men 414343445n who were returning from a court session at the Gatundu law courts. Two shooters opened fire on two people at Gatundu Law Courts on Thursday, brandishing their rifles in the process. Police are still searching for the two suspects.
Kenyans praised and thanked the 2NK Sacco driver who had drove the students who were using drugs in his car. He was later sacked for doing the right thing and the story brought about different reactions from most organs. Today DCI boss George Kinoti met the driver who as sacked by 2NK Sacco.
Photo Courtesy. Kenyans are still waiting for the family of Agnes Wanjiru to get justice after their daughter was brutally murdered by a rogue British Soldier who was part of the group that was training in Laikipia County back in 2012. According to initial reports, the soldier admitted to his friends that he had killed a girl after a Rosy night together.
The boss of the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI), George Kinoti, has named British soldiers linked to the murder of Agnes Wanjiru, who was killed in 2012. Speaking on Thursday, December 2, Kinoti said he was recording the statements of the 14 soldiers who will identify the perpetrator of the heinous crime.
The directorate of criminal investigation George Kinoti has now spoken about the murder investigation of Agnes Wanjiru. George Kinoti has said that the murder investigation case will be brought back to Kenya to be put on trial. Kinoti who appeared before the Parliamentary Defense Committee accompanied by the deputy inspector general of police Edward Mbugua says that they have so far made progress in their investigation over the issue and they were only waiting for approval to have a team of homicide detectives to travel to the United Kingdom to interrogate the witnesses.
Fear in Gatundu as two armed thugs yesterday brandished their guns and shot two Men ⁴1⁴343⁴45n coming from court session Gatundu law courts. Police are now tracing for the two gunmen who brandished their firearms to shoot the two victims at Gatundu Law courts yesterday Thursday. DCI Director George Kinoti stated that the businesses were going on as usual at around 10am, when the unfortunate happened.
A suspected thug was on Tuesday night nabbed by flying squad detectives in a botched robbery in the jua kali area in Nairobi. According to a police statement, the robbery suspect was one of the gang that stormed a house in Shauri Moyo estate in failed robbery attempt.
Businessman Jimi Wanjigi has been summoned by the Firearms and Licensing Board after a Nairobi-based court maintained the sentencing of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation boss George Kinoti. The board clarified that the businessman was required to go through fresh vetting as was directed by the Interior Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiang'i, over civilian firearms holders in 2019.
Nandi county detectives are currently holding a supected female terrorist who has been attending the recently concluded Kenya Defence Forces recruitment exercises incognito. DCI say the woman was arrested following a viable tip from the members of the public. According to reports by DCI, the woman, 22, confessed to having trained in weapon handling, kidnapping, robbery and use of explosives for two years with Al-Shabaab.
A petitioner filed a case against Jimi wanjigi for being in possession of illegal firearms and ammunition. The petitioner filed the case before the judicial Review Division requesting the Directorate of criminal investigation to arrest Jimi wanjigi. The petitioner,Memba Ocharo, claimed that wanjigi's conduct is currently questionable thus he should not be allowed to have the firearms.
The President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to give his speech in the parliament concerning the state of the nation. This is will be his 8th speech since he ascended to power in 2013. During this address to the national assembly, the head of state gives the true picture of how the country is operating.
Kimili member of parliament Didmus Barasa is clear DCI George Kinoti is Wasting time instead of reporting to Kamiti Maximum prison. Barasa is clear it's very unfortunate that Kinoti has not reported to prison at this time despite the court order that pushed him to four months jail term.
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.
Former Statehouse employee Dennis Itumbi, a Vocal crusader of Hustler Nation Movement has allegedly mentioned one thing that President Uhuru Kenyatta must start doing in order to protect his legacy. Taking to his Twitter handle, the self_proclaimed Hustler Nation Movement spokesperson, believes it's not too late for the Head of State to Change the course of his legacy.
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.
In the past few weeks, DCI boss Kinoti was sentenced to four months in prison for contempt of court after failing to comply with court orders to return firearms seized from businessman Wanjigi. However, few days later, Kinoti said he would rather go to jail than return Wanjigi’s confiscated firearms, saying he does have custody of the firearms in question.
Edwin Sifuna the ODM Secretary General has made it clear Kinoti cannot serve his office well given the circumstances. Sifuna is clear Kinoti will have to go to jail as it's clear he has disobeyed court orders and when failed to return guns to the owners. Sifuna is clear Kinoti will have to resign from his office if he was to go to jail.
The board explained that the businessman was required to undergo fresh vetting as was directed by the Interior Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiang'i, over civilian gun holders in 2019. Wanjigi is accused of pursuing frivolous lawsuits against government institutions that aren't supposed to deal with civilian guns.