Kenyan Top Cop to Probe Judiciary Allegations

Director of public prosecutions Keriako Tobiko, has requested the inspector general of police David Kimaiyo, to probe allegations of attempts to intimidate the judiciary.

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Director of public prosecution, Keirako Tobiko, has asked inspector general of police to look into allegations by the judiciary (file photo).

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