See what KRA staff are planning to do to express solidarity with their corrupt colleagues who are arrested by DCI – UHURU, please sack this criminals

Tuesday May 14, 2019 - Some senior Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) officers and some Commissioners are planning a go-slow to protest the arrest of 87 colleagues by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).

Out of 87, 41 were presented in court on Monday but did not take a plea.

Instead, the police were allowed to hold them for another 14 days as they continue with their investigations.

According to a National Intelligence Service (NIS) report, KRA employees have formed a WhatsApp group where they are discussing plans to go on a go-slow and deny Kenyans services to express solidarity with their corrupt brothers and sisters.

“They want to argue that because many people have been arrested and interdicted, the workload has increased and they will not be able to collect taxes efficiently,” said a NIS officer who is also a KRA officer.

It also emerged that police are planning to go to court on Tuesday to obtain arrest warrants for another 41 people wanted by DCI for among other things, tax evasion, money laundering, abuse of office and neglect of duty. 

On Monday, the prosecution, led by Duncan Ondimu, wanted the officials detained for 21 days at Central and Kamukunji Police Stations to enable them conclude investigations.
Senior Resident Magistrate Mutio Mayova said this was unreasonable.

The suspects are being held at Gigiri, Muthaiga and Kileleshwa police stations.


  1. Ifire Joseph
    From the way this guys are dressed, clearly tells one they are thieves. Sack them and more others who are planning a go-slow.

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