A Blow To Noordin Haji As Different Group Delivers Disturbing News On Why He’s Not Fit For NIS
After President William Ruto nominated Noordin Hajji, the former director of public prosecution, as the next Director General of the National Intelligence Service (NIS), several organizations have raised concerns regarding this appointment. The news of the nomination has sparked significant attention and discussions among Kenyans.
Noordin Hajji’s nomination took place several days ago, as reported by a reliable source. This development has drawn mixed reactions from the public, leading to diverse opinions being shared on various social media platforms. One notable figure who expressed support for President Ruto’s decision is Khalwale, a prominent politician affiliated with the United Democratic Alliance party. Khalwale publicly congratulated President Ruto and stated that Hajji is deserving of the position.
Khalwale’s endorsement of Hajji’s nomination is based on his belief that President Ruto made the right choice. However, it is important to note that several organizations have expressed concerns about this appointment. The main point of contention revolves around Hajji’s handling of corruption cases during his tenure as the director of public prosecution.
These organizations argue that Hajji’s decision to drop certain corruption cases raises questions about his suitability for the position of Director General of the National Intelligence Service. The concerns primarily stem from doubts about his commitment to fighting corruption and upholding the rule of law.
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