Breaking – DCI raids Ruto’s Karen Home ahead of Massive arrests

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Days after Directorate of Criminal Investigation, DCI visited Ruto’s Harambee Annex offices the third time in a row, the officers have earlier today held an intensive search at his home. It is not revealed what type of evident DCI is looking for.

Ruto’s allies are involved in the muti billions arms scandal. Detectives are collecting evidence on multibillion fake arms deal at Harambee Annex where among others, the office of Deputy President William Ruto is located and his home.

At the center of the Sh39 billion scandal is the former Sports Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa and three others who have been accused of defrauding the US and Poland-based arms dealers of Sh11.5 million said to be consultancy fees.The companies have accused the former CS of tricking them that he would help them land a tender to supply the Ministry of Defence with military equipment worth Sh39 billion.Echesa was arraigned at Milimani Law Courts alongside Daniel Otieno Omondi, Kennedy Oyoo Mboya, and Clifford Okoth.

Another identification parade is said to be underway at the DoD to identify suspects who may have participated in the scandal. Amidst political heat, as critics called on DP Ruto to resign; he appeared to suggest that the meeting may have been held at his office, albeit, he was not part of the discussion and planning.
Earlier, Deputy President William Ruto took the fake arms deal war to Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i by demanding disclosure of immigration status of the two foreigners at the center of the scandal. Ruto wants investigations to establish the identity of the foreigners, their immigration status as well as their mission in the country and at his Harambee Annex office on February 13.The DP also disowned his ally former Sports Cabinet Secretary Richard Echesa, who was arrested following the visit to Ruto’s office with the arms dealers. He told Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai he considered the entry into his office a breach of security.

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