DCI boss George Kinoti has said he will not hesitate to arrest DP William Ruto if found culpable for the death of Sergeant Kenei.
Sergeant Kenei, a security officer attached to DP’s Harambee Annex office was found murdered at his house in Imara Daima estate.
Kinoti has now ruled the possibility of suicide saying it was 100 per cent murder stage managed to look like suicide.
According to the DCI boss, Ruto is a man at the center of interest as all indications show that the firearms scam was orchestrated in his office.
Kinoti who on Thursday revealed that he will be narrowing his investigations to Harambee Annex and William Ruto in particular, today said that he will not hesitate to arrest the individuals no matter how powerful they are.
“We have identified the persons of interest in this case and that’s where we will focus our investigation,” he said.
“We will not hesitate to arrest these people, no matter how big or powerful they are”, he added.
Kinoti said Kenei was killed to insulate and save powerful figures who were behind the fake military firearms.
Kinoti also questioned the purpose of the military weapons saying they are investigating whether they were to be used to overthrow the government of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kinoti who today appeared perturbed after yesterday’s chilling cctv footage said he will not be cowed into covering up the killers of killers.
But the DCI boss has come under criticism for the laxity he has exhibited in investigating the death of Sergeant Kenei.
He has been accused of covering up for the killers by feigning frustration in a bid to shift blame thus leting the real killers walk scot free.
Kinoti alleged that he was denied access to the CCTV servers, saying they were told to record evidence from the CCTV monitors at Harambee Annex.
In the same breadth, Kinoti has come under fire for not accessing Safaricom servers to analyze Kenei’s call logs and instead resorting to dramatizing the investigation in the media in order to win public opinion.
The latest to hit out at Kinoti is the deputy president William Ruto who accused Kinoti of sensationalizing the matter with too much drama, convenient half-truths and distortion of facts by sponsoring media headlines in a bid to cover up the killers of the late officer.