Uhuru Congratulates DPP, DCI For Work Well Done In Fight Against Corruption

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President Uhuru Kenyatta At The DCI Headquarters. / Courtesy

President Uhuru Kenyatta has congratulated DCI George Kinoti and DPP Noordin Haji for work well done in the fight against corruption during his first ever visit to the DCI Headquarters along Kiambu Road.

His trip, he said was in honour of the men and women in the Executive who have been in the forefront in the fight against corruption.

“I congratulate DCI and DPP officers for the work they have done so far, but we must continue to do more,” he said.

The head of state also asked anti-graft agencies to collaborate more for the fight against corruption to succeed.

“Today I note with a lot of happiness that due to the collaboration that has been there under the multi-agency approach, we see more and more cases being prosecuted.

We are not here to merge the DCI and the ODPP but we are here to recognise that these two institutions that are anchored in the Executive need each other for effective service delivery,” the president said.

While honouring 22 officers with state medals for distinguished service to the nation, Kenyatta also asked the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet to start paying DCI officers uniform allowances.

“The Government will continue to invest in the welfare of the officers, providing resources, training and equipping them. From this we would also want better results from you by dealing with criminals, the corrupt and terrorists,” he added.

The DPP, DCI and the IG assured the president of their commitment to the cause and to serve the public without fear or favour.

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