DPP Noordin Haji's way has been cleared in Mombasa after the high court judge declined to block the arrest of KPA boss Daniel Manduku.


Mombasa High Court Judge Erick Ogola also dismissed Manduku’s claim that by probing the Ksh.1.4B concrete barrier contract, Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti had encroached on the mandate of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC).



“… He can still be arrested if DPP decides to do that, as at now, the petitioner has not been arrested and is still discharging the duties of his high office…,” read the ruling.

It's now clear that the DCI investigating huge cash that went to the executive where the Siaya Senator is representing.

Some of the accounts mentioned belong to powerful government officials and government associates.

Lawyer James Orengo is representing the cartels who stole billions from the Port. DPP barred Orengo because he was connected to the case directly. It is also speculated that some of the cash reached his law firm.


DCI has been probing what it terms a Ksh.2.73B scam at KPA, with Manduku on the spotlight for authorizing the expenditure.


Other than the Ksh.1.4B for manufacture of concrete barriers, where the price of one barrier shot from Ksh.10,000 to Ksh.79,000 and Ksh.800M Kisumu rehabilitation mega projects.


DCI has been probing what it terms a Ksh.2.73B scam at KPA, with Manduku on the spotlight for authorizing the expenditure.



Other than the Ksh.1.4B for the manufacture of concrete barriers, where the price of one barrier shot from Ksh.10,000 to Ksh.79,000 and Ksh.800M Kisumu rehabilitation mega projects.



There is also the Makongeni good shed yard project which money was also swindled.

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