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“Let Investigations On The Dams Scandal Continue,” MP Mishi Mboko Tells Murkomen

Mishi Mboko

Likoni member of parliament Mishi Mboko has called on Senate Majority leader to let investigations on corruptions on the dams to continue.

The legislator told Murkomen to keep quiet unless he was involved in the corruption that took place in the Arror and Kamwerer dam saga.

She said that the Elgeyo Marakwet senator should also keep the ODM party leader Raila Odinga off the dam scandal stating that he was not the one investigating.

This comes just a day after Murkomen had called for the resignation of DCI George Kinoti.

Speaking during a Saturday function in his area, the Senate Majority Leader alleged that the DCI director has been biased in his fight against corruption.

Murkomen added that Mr Kinoti has an uncalled for habit of leaking crucial information to the media before summoning his suspects.

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He expressed: “We were told that Rotich was going to be asked 300 questions before he was summoned. I thought it was propaganda until I realized that he was actually asked 300 questions.

“We cannot fight corruption like that. We have to fight corruption objectively. I want to tell the DCI that we are not asking for a favor, neither are we asking him to be lenient. We are telling him to do things according to the law,”Murkomen added.

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Eva Nyambura

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