Shock on WABUKALA as DCI GEORGE KINOTI is set to take over his duties at EACC-Corrupt Kenyans are not lucky

Friday October 26, 2018-The Directorate of Criminal Investigations is set to take over the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) jobs in the looming changes over the fight against graft as the directorate is set to assume jurisdiction over all corruption cases by the Government.
The Government has decided to hand over all the corruption cases to DCI Chief, George Kinoti, based on the commendable changes he has made since he took office as the DCI.
President Uhuru Kenyatta will broaden the powers of the DCI to include corruption cases.
The new plan will see the DCI position police officers in every county office where their main responsibility will be to investigate corruption-related offences.
Uhuru had directed Government departments and authorities to have regulations and guidelines strategy for an easier access by investigative agencies.

"I have also directed actions that will reduce wastage of public funds and make Government departments more accountable and efficient.”

“I’m aware that every taxpayer’s shilling is hard earned, and that it must be translated to services that make a positive impact in the lives of our people,” stated Uhuru.


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