We don’t like the way you are harassing ANN NGIRITA and other corrupt Kenyans - LSK defends the corrupt against DCI, DPP and EACC

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Monday August 13, 2018 - The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has asked the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) and Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to follow the stipulated law when arresting corruption suspects.
In statement issued by LSK Vice President, Harriette Chiggai, on Monday, the body accused detectives of being determined to arrest people in an inhumane manner.

"The picking up of suspects late in the night, without giving them an opportunity to dress properly, and the harassment before their family members is not only traumatising but also totally uncalled for," Chiggai said.

She noted that the LSK supports the crackdown against but said the EACC should neither "embarrass" nor "belittle" the suspects.

"EACC should summon suspects and where there is resistance, arrest [them] and follow up.”

“What is happening is a pure public relations exercise," she said.

Since the corruption purge started a number of high profile State officers and politicians have been arrested including former Nairobi Governor, Dr Evans Kidero, and National Lands Commission (NLC) chairman, Prof Mohamed Swazuri.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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  1. I don't blame the LSK, they're business people, without thieves murderers, rapist and pedophiles they will close shop and turn into real criminals as well.But to suggest that criminals should be given preferential treatment simply because they have stolen huge sums of public money is absurd to say the least.

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