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Why DCI Has Been Ordered to Arrest Four Senior Government Officials

On Monday morning, anti-corruption Magistrate Eunice Kagure Nyutu issued the orders.

Four senior government officials are to be detained by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations in connection with the Sh63 billion Arror and Kimwarer dams investigation against former Treasury CS Henry Rotich.

The four were scheduled to testify in court, but they did not show up.

Cecilia Kaluka, a representative of the office of the auditor general, Boniface Mamboleo, a worker for Nema, Matungu Mwai Wanjohi, and Samuel Kimutai, both employees of the government, are the four people who will be detained.

On Monday morning, anti-corruption Magistrate Eunice Kagure Nyutu issued the orders.

Nyutu ordered the four to be detained and brought before the court after lamenting the use of delay strategies in the case.

She refused to grant the case’s request for an adjournment.

Henry Rotich, a former Treasury CS. In their testimony, the four were to accuse the CS.

According to Magistrate Nyutu, “I find the prosecution’s justifications for wanting to cancel the hearing dates for this week pending the post-vetting of the incoming DPP are not justifiable.”

The application for adjournment is denied because “this court cannot be held hostage by unverifiable instructions given to the prosecutor by word of mouth.”

After failing to show up in court for the same case last week, Magistrate Nyutu issued an arrest warrant for Former CS Peter Munya.

However, despite his appearance in court, the ex-CS was not cross-examined by the prosecution.

Magistrate Nyutu has expressed concern about the case’s poor progress and blamed the prosecution for failing to fulfill its duty.


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