The Government denies that it had a hand in SAITOTI and OJODE’s death in the HELICOPTER CRASH.News 01:48
Saturday April 20, 2013 - The Government has come out strongly to deny allegations that it had a hand in the death of former Internal Security Minister George Saitoti, his Assistant Orwa Ojode, their body guards and the two pilots who perished in the last year ill-fated helicopter crash in Ngong forest.
Speaking from his office yesterday, Government spokesman Muthui Kariuki downplayed the ongoing rumours that the death of the two Ministers could have had something to do with the drug trafficking racket in the country which some of the senior Government officials are involved in.
Muthui also rubbished the expose on KTN by Mohammed Ali and John Allan Namu dubbed Ghururi ya Saitoti and Death in Ten Minutes that revealed foul play in the death of the Ministers as total fabrication.
He cautioned those still talking about the issue that they were late since the inquiry report into the death of the Ministers had been handed over to the former President Kibaki, and that whoever had any information regarding Saitoti’s death would have given it to Kalpana Rawal Commission of inquiry.
Kalpana Rawal handed the report to former President Kibaki yesterday.
The Kenyan DAILY POST