Kimaiyo warns owners of firms in Lamu land probe


Individuals summoned over land transactions in Lamu County have until Wednesday to record statements or be arrested.

Inspector-General of Police David Kimaiyo said those summoned should present themselves at the Criminal Investigation Department headquarters to record the statements.

Mr Kimaiyo’s orders were in a statement read Tuesday by police spokeswoman Zipporah Mboroki at Vigilance House. Administration Police spokesperson Masood Mwinyi was also present.

Last week, CID Director Ndegwa Muhoro ordered the directors of 22 firms named in the Lamu land probe to record statements.

Mr Ndegwa said the CID would conduct joint investigations on the Lamu land transactions with the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission.

So far, none of those summoned has recorded a statement.

The Administration Police spokesman Masoud Mwinyi (right) and Kenya Police Service spokesperson Zipporah Mboroki address a press conference at Jogoo House in Nairobi on August 12, 2014. PHOTO | ANTHONY OMUYA

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