The director of public prosecution Noordin Haji has issued a comprehensive statement on the two missing Indians who were linked to president William Ruto's presidential campaign and their kenyan driver Nicholas Mwania. In the statement, Noordin Haji sought to brief the country on what has happened so far as far as the case is concerned.
George Kinoti is a Kenyan investigative officer. He is the immediate former boss of the Director of Criminal Investigation in Kenya. The embattled George Kinoti was forced to resign when president William Samoei Arap Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza Alliance government took over. Bitter president William Ruto decided to revenge against George Kinoti after the two fell out during the retired incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta's regime.
Earlier on this morning, the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji made a verbal submission seeking the withdrawal of the murder case against Aisha Jumwa who is the Public Service and Gender Cabinet Secretary. Picture courtesy. Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji. The issue has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans who have been puzzled by the way the Director of Public Prosecutions has been dropping high profile cases in the past few weeks.
Noordin Haji, the Director of Public Prosecutions, ordered a public inquest into the death of tycoon Tob Cohen after identifying eight inconsistencies in the case. Haji stated in a letter dated Thursday, December 1, that the detectives failed to cover the 35 areas proposed by his office.
(photo courtesy) The Public Service, Gender, and Affirmative action CS Aisha Jumwa has severally been in the headlines owing o her ongoing court case. In this case, she is being charged with murder alongside her bodyguard. The DPP, Noordin Haji made an application to withdraw the murder charges against the CS but was rejected by Judge Anne Onginjo, a high court judge.
Noordin Haji, the director of public prosecutions, cited eight discrepancies in the case and called for a public inquest into the death of tycoon Tob Cohen. Haji wrote on Thursday, December 1 that his office had not received adequate coverage of 35 areas he had suggested be investigated.
On Sunday, President William Ruto was accompanied by Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua and other Political leaders whereby they attended a thanks giving Service at ASK Showground in Baringo County. DP Gachagua had some interesting message that made kenyans on different sites of the social media. Image File: Courtesy of KBC
After the horrifying murder of a young kid during the 2017 General Elections in Nyanza, investigations kicked off and several senior cops were arrested. However a new development is slowly taking shape after arrested cops called for the DPP Noordin Haji to also arrest the inspector general of police (IG) and senior cops who were in the area at the time.
Cabinet secretary in the ministry of gender and public service Aisha Katana Jumwa has been on the radar of law enforcement agencies for some time now. This is following an incident that happened during the by-election at Ganda ward where a person identified as Ngumbao Jola was killed on October 15, 2019, at his home in Kilifi county.
Mutahi Ngunyi, a renown Kenyan political analyst, has taken it to his social media handle to comment about the decision of the Director of Public Prosecutor (DPP) ,Noordin Haji, to withdraw the case on the murder of Tob Cohen. According to Mutahi, Ngunyi, Justice is for the rich in Kenya.
The recent slaying of a man in Kilifi has brought Aisha Jumwa, the current Cabinet Secretary for Gender, to the forefront of the media. Since a few months ago, the Director of Public Prosecutions has occupied a prominent position in the legal proceedings surrounding the murder accusations brought against Jumwa.
From murder suspect to a state witness! CS Aisha Jumwa and her former bodyguard Geoffrey Okuto were accused of killing Ngumbao Jola in election violence during the Ganda Ward by-election in 2019. But Jumwa has always defended herself, saying she doesn’t even know how to hold a gun.
The beginning of the prosecution's case has been postponed because of new evidence connecting senior police officers to Baby Pendo's death. The Director of Public Prosecutions, Noordin Haji, has been briefed by the Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) on new evidence that could implicate the senior police officials.
The director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji move to hand Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua a win in his ksh 7.5B graft case has elicited mixed reactions from counterparts Azimio la Umoja as well kenyans who have questioned the decision. However speaking in a Thanksgiving at ASK showground in Baringo county, Gachagua has send a warning to DPP Noordin Haji to withdraw other cases that are same as his alleging that it's a big mistake faulting someone as a result of Political ideologies.
In order to address the chronic teacher shortage in the county, Noordin Haji, the director of public prosecution, has advised Garissa's form four graduates to pursue careers in education. As long as the local populace stays away from the profession, Haji contends, the area will fall behind in education due to a shortage of teachers.
Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji came under fire as a magistrate questioned his wisdom in approving trumped-up charges against Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua. Senior Principal Magistrate Victor Wakumile had no kind words for the DPP in the bungled trial of Mr Gachagua in the Sh7.5 billion corruption case.
Vocal Nyanza based Governor has taken a swipe at the current regime for bending the law. This is concerning the withdrawal of cases sorrounding Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, the latest one being worth 7.3 Billion graft case. According to Siaya Governor James Orengo, these cases are being removed not because Gachagua was earlier implicated but he is just being favored because of his new position.
Rigathi Gachagua, the deputy president, has advised DPP Noordin Haji to drop all cases that were improperly filed because of a political witch hunt. Speaking a few days after the Anti-Corruption Court threw out his Sh7.3 billion corruption case for a lack of evidence, Gachagua demanded that all cases pushed by former Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti be dropped in the interest of justice.
The current administration has come under fire from the vocal Governor of Nyanza for breaking the law. This relates to the dismissal of proceedings involving Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, the most recent of which involved an alleged 7.3 billion bribery. James Orengo, the governor of Siaya, asserts that Gachagua is not being rewarded because of his new position but rather because these cases have been dropped due to his new position rather than because he had previously been connected to the cases.
The head of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji move to hand deputy president Rigathi Gachagua a success in his ksh 7.5B corruption case has evoked blended responses from members of Azimio la Umoja and kenyans who have scrutinized the choice. However speaking in a Thanksgiving at ASK showground in Baringo county, Gachagua has send an admonition to DPP Noordin Haji to pull out different cases that are same as his claiming that it's a serious mix-up blaming somebody because of Political belief systems.