The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Noordin Haji, has ended quietness over the case including Inspector General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai’s child, who is blamed for causing passing by perilous driving.
The mishap has seen the groups of the expired blame police for conceal, driving the DPP to intercede and guarantee them that the fair treatment would be followed and equity served.
Talking in Garissa County on Tuesday, December 7, Haji articulated his responsibility towards guaranteeing that the two families get equity inside the most brief time conceivable.
The DPP, notwithstanding, expressed that his office has not yet gotten the police record for arraignment, guaranteeing once he does, the fair treatment will be followed.
“I will actually take a look at my work area, in the event that it is prepared, we will continue and indict. As we said, equity will be served to each Kenyan,” he expressed.
The DPP additionally eliminated any confusion over a potential concealment by police to ensure the IG’s child recognized as David Mwendwa.
The group of one of the perished, a 28-year-old bike rider, was tossed into mistrust in the wake of recognizing the body of their family at the City Mortuary three days after he disappeared.
A posthumous of one of the rider’s body uncovered that he surrendered in the wake of supporting head and leg breaks.
Their wretchedness was compounded by the disappointments they looked under the police dealing with the matter, who they blamed for casualness and reluctance to reveal urgent insights regarding the mishap.
“We have been taken round around and around. You can see the official needs to help however when they consider repercussions that are probably going to go with them, they retreat,” said one of the relatives.
David Mwendwa is blamed for causing demise by perilous driving on Thursday, December 3.
Mwendwa was whisked away from the location of the mishap along with the other two ladies who were in his organization.