The office of the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) has issued warrants of arrest for the directors of companies that are suspected to be behind the theft of Kenya power property recovered at Ruiru.
In a tweet the DCI named the nine suspects and asked the general public who might know them to tell them to report to the anti corruption court at the Milimani law courts or the DCI’s office.
Police had impounded a vehicle ferrying material purported to belong to Kenya Power valued at Sh20 million at a house in Ruiru. The materials were destined for Turkana.
Do you know any of these people?#DCI Detectives investigating the #KPLC case requests you to inform them to report either at the Milimani Anti~Corruption Court No.1 or @DCI_Kenya ~Investigations Branch. Their Warrants of Arrest have already been issued.#CommunityPolicing. pic.twitter.com/CCfMefYzaH— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) August 24, 2018
The nine Directors are listed as follows;
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