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Monday March 16, 2020 - New details have surfaced concerning a Kenyan pilot, Mohammed Subow Ali’s role in the controversial Ksh39 billion fake arms deal scandal that saw former Sports Cabinet Secretary, Rashid Echesa, apprehended and presented in court alongside three other individuals.

This is after his arrest on Saturday at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) by detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).

Ali was apprehended upon arrival from India and grilled for hours at the DCI's Kiambu Road headquarters before being released on Saturday night.

A report has revealed eye-opening information that Ali reportedly shared with the detectives concerning his trip to Poland.


He allegedly claimed that he was asked to accompany Echesa to Poland due to his expertise in planes and drones.

Explaining that Echesa was known to him, Ali said that he accompanied Echesa to inspect military equipment from a supplier at a facility in the European nation.

Ali, however, maintained that he was not aware that the supposed deal with the Polish firm to supply arms to Kenya was fake.

Ali was reportedly co-operative with the police officers investigating the case. He was expected to be arraigned in court on Monday, March 16th to face various charges.

He told the sleuths that he had been away in India assisting his ailing father.

His father is a Kenyan Ambassador to a Middle Eastern country.

The fake deal also saw Deputy President William Ruto’s head of security, Kipyegon Kenei, murdered after the DP’s office was linked to the arms scandal.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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