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Ekeza Sacco:protesting members paralyze Kiambu road

Protesting members of Ekeza Sacco were on Monday dispersedby police officers when they demonstrated outside the Directorate of CriminalInvestigation (DCI) Headquarters on Kiambu road.

The protest comes barely a week after DCI boss George Kinotiissued a statement calling on affected members of the public to come forwardwith evidence pertaining Pastor Gakuyo’s schemes.

On Wednesday the members of Ekeza Sacco made way to DCIheadquarters protesting delay in rendering its services before paralyzingactivities on Kiambu Road until they attended to.

The protest caused a huge traffic snarl-up forcing thepolice officers to lobby teargass into the air to disperse them.

Last week the DCI took over the case following complaints from the members of Ekeza Sacco on their deposits.

Also read: DCI invite the public into Gakuyo scheme investigation

They managed to summon Mr. Gakuyo as they called uponmembers of the public to bring forward any evidence in regard to the schemes.

“Affected members should carry with them deposit/withdrawalstatements, deposit slips, any agreements and any other document relevant tothe dealings.” Said the DCI.

Ekeza Sacco:protesting members paralyze Kiambu road
Slavian Mwangecho
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