Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti has demanded that Senator Cleophas Malala apologises for falsely accusing the police. Further, he dismissed claims of threat to Malala’s life and demanded that the senator make a public apology to the police unit he accused of plotting to kill him.
Malala caused a stir when he broke down during a Senate Committee session alleging a scheme by DCI officers to eliminate him. Kinoti however, shrugged off the claims yesterday and asked the Senate National Security Committee chaired by Yusuf Haji to recommend that Malala be charged for giving false information to the police.
Cotu disowns 'union' members
Central Organisation of Trade Unions has disowned officials who met with Deputy President William Ruto last week, terming them impostors.
"Our attention has been drawn to a post circulating online that a union dubbed Kenya Export Floriculture, Horticulture and Allied Workers Union held a meeting with the DP to discuss among other things economic restoration in post Covid-19," said Cotu Secretary General Francis Atwoli.
In a statement, Atwoli said, existence of any trade union is pegged on its ability to command representation by having a Recognition and Collective Bargain Agreement for its members.