On Friday, a letter allegedly from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions emerged online, summoning Deputy President William Ruto over alleged connections to Kimwarer and Arror dam scandals. In the letter, the DP had been mentioned as one of the key witnesses in the case involving former Treasury CS Henry Rotich and the alleged disappearance of 63 Billion shillings meant for the construction of the two dams.
Age Noordin Haji was born on July 3rd, 1973. He is 47 years old (2020). Family The DPP had a privileged upbringing thanks to his father Mohamed Yusuf Haji who was the Garissa Senator. The senior Haji was Kenya’s Minister of Defence from 2008 to 2013 and doubled as Minister of Internal Security and Provincial Affairs in 2012 in an acting capacity.
Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto's United Democratic Alliance party has of late been linked to leaders and politicians who are allegedly being linked to corruption and many other vices. Most of the leaders and politicians who ditched their camps for Deputy President Dr William Samoei Arap Ruto's United Democratic Alliance have questionable characters.
George Kinoti is Director of Criminal Investigations in Kenya while Noordin Mohamed Haji is the current Director of Public Prosecutions who replaced Keriako Tobiko who resigned in 2018. The two Investigate officers have been of late having differences concerning arrests and prosecutions in the country. But it seems as if Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti had a good news as the Court ruled against Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji.
Noordin Haji was recently lectured as Mutai made weird claims against him. He said "After Kenyans after Solai Dam Tragedy, 48 people died, hundreds were displaced and property was destroyed. We got angry and moved on. Let me remind you how @ODPP_KE worked to get MAIN SUSPECTS acquitted.
2022 general elections are coming with speed and tension is building across the country among Aspirants. Data are reducing and politics are taking the country into tension mode. Presidential Aspirants Hon Raila Odinga and DP William Ruto arr on top and are the people to watch as 2022 general elections near.
Noordin Haji, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has revealed the truth of the letter circulating on social media purporting to invite Deputy President William Ruto to testify in the Sh63 billion Arror and Kimwarer dams scandal. On Friday, October 22, Haji revealed contrary to the fake letter, he had not summoned DP Ruto to testify in the ongoing case as the letter circulating on social media had stated.
The Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji has finally spoken on the KEMSA Scandals. In his message Haji stated that he will not go to court and charge individuals for administrative breeching. He said that there must be enough evidence of the money lost and that the evidence should show that it is not a mere administrative oversight and lapses.
Collage photo of Judge Sankale, Sarah Wairimu & Toby Cohen. Photo: Courtesy Court of Appeal Judge Sankale ole Kantai was recently accused of actively planning and covering up the murder of Toby Cohen. It was also alleged that he convened several meetings with deceased wife, Sarah Wairimu Cohen before the death of the tycoon.
High Court judges Aggrey Muchelule and Said Chitembwe have been partially relieved after the High Court in Nairobi ruled that the order to arrest them over the graft cases involving them be lifted. According to the ruling, the High Court has directed that the orders be extended up to February 21 when the case will be mentioned again.
Fresh details on Arror and Kimwarer have now emerged with how money for the project was channelled. Reports from National Treasury records showed that the dams received Ksh16.2 billion from Italian banks during the investigation. The Director of Public Prosecution, Noordin Haji, said that former Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich authorized direct insurance money to a firm in Italy contrary to the law, which states that all funds should be channelled through consolidated banks in Kenya.
The feud over the investigation - and prosecution of suspects - in the murder of Tob Cohen has exposed the underlying tensions between the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Director of Criminal Investigations. While the two offices operated seamlessly at first, and the appointment of their two heads was celebrated as a breath of fresh air in the criminal justice system, it is evident that the two are now at loggerheads.
Noordin Haji, the Director of Public Prosecutions, has been dismissed from office, according to a petition filed with the Public Service Commission (PSC). Through their lawyers, the family of the late Tob Cohen accuses DPP Haji of mishandling their kin's murder case.
The political muscles has been intensifying ahead of 2022 general elections and Kenyans are eagerly waiting to vote. With temperatures rising across the country political rallies are ongoing and the top political class are locking horns mercilessly. The security of Kenyans continue being a nightmare as Kenyans keep on waking up with bad news as 2022 general elections near.
Noordin Haji is a Muslim guy who holds a strong position in the Judicial Service Commission. He was born in 1973 in the coastal region but since his parents were civil servants, he attended different learning institutions. His early life was full of school transfers and travelling up to the time he finished highschool.
Noordin Haji, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has made it clear that he is ready to resign his job. This is due to the ongoing interrogations concerning Ksh17.8 billions of Kenya Medical Supply Authority ( KEMSA) scandal. Haji stated that he is ready to resign rather than prosecuting suspects without satisfying evidence.
The family of the late businessman Tob Cohen has filed a petition to have the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) removed from office. In court documents seen, the family accused the DPP Noordin Haji of not only mishandling Cohen's murder case but also other cases among them Direct Line Assurance Limited and the Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (KEMSA) case.
Director of public prosecution Noordin Haji has released new evidence that was discovered from Migori governor Okoth Obado's home that his office intends to use in the seventy three point four million corruption case. During the hearing of the case,state council Eva Kanyuira stated that during the investigations they discovered five hundred new documentary pieces of evidence which will be important for the case.
The Director of Public Prosecutions(DPP), Noordin Haji on Friday, October 8, made it clear that he is ready to lose his job in the fight against corruption. The DPP's sentiments came following the ongoing investigations into the Ksh17.6 billion Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA), scandal.
Details have emerged concerning Arror and Kinwarer dams scandal showing a new trail of money planned for the projects. According to National Treasury records, Kimwarer and Arrow dams received Ksh16.2 billion from an Italian bank when the investigations were ongoing. The Treasury's public debt registry indicates that an Italian bank wired the billions in the year starting July 2019.