Hajji and Kinoti deny fall out following Manduku’s case

Deputy Public prosecutor, DPP Noordin Hajji, and DCI boss George Kinoti have denied having a bad relationship of late.

The two were speaking during a press conference on Thursday came out to put the speculations to rest following the Manduku’s case.

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Hajji and Kinoti are reported by the Daily Nation to have a bad relationship following the arrest of the KPA boss Daniel Manduku.

According to the publication, the DCI expresses frustration in their daily work when not a single person is sentenced.

They further feel bad having down the biggest share of making arrests and tabling the charges for prosecution.

According to the DPP, those are all rumors saying that if by any chance they have quarreled then it will involve their work and nothing more.

Kinoti on the other side promised to reveal vital information and way forward into the case very soon.

This week Milimani Court was left with nothing to prosecute the KPA boss when the DPP’s office recalled his case saying they need more time on it.

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Berryl Achieng
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