Kiharu member of parliament Ndindi Nyoro has claimed that Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti’s is planning to raid deputy president William Ruto’s official residence in Karen, Nairobi.
Speaking on yesterday’s afternoon raid at Ruto’s former private office at Transnational Plaza incident, Nyoro alleged that DCI boss is setting violence towards August 9, election by attempting to intimidate Kenya Kwanza associates.
He dared Kinoti to even touch Ruto’s gate at Karen official residence. “So as hustler nation, we want to say this, Jana tumeona Kinoti akifanya ukora, anaenda office ata ya kinara wetu. Na tunajua walikuwa na mpango, ati ya kuenda kuvunja boma ya William Ruto. Mimi nataka niambie Kinoti, kama nyinyi ni wanaume, mguze hata gate ya William Ruto…. Hatutaki huo mchezo wa paka na panya, the hustler nation will not be provoked into violence” said Ndindi Nyoro while accompanying Kenya Kwanza running mate nominee Rigathi Gachagua for series of campaigns in Uhuru’s turf.
On Sunday, cybercrime officers obtained two servers belonging to Lanstar Technologies that was used to host 18 sacco’s mobile data details belong to Amaco Insurance Company.
According to Nairobi Regional Commander Mugera, the two servers among other electronic devises were being shifted to new location in Thika as the Transnational Plaza office was expected to be renovated and had already been leased to a new tenant.
Police invade Ruto’s office
“We are on this building following up on
some information we received during the day that there were some servers which were being moved from the seventh floor of this Transnational building to unknown location. We came here we found out that place was being renovated and the owners of the servers who are Lanstar Technologies were moving the servers to another location in Thika,” Mugera said.
“We will have to investigate and confirm if the information is true. It is not a criminal offence to move servers
but we act on any tip we receive. We came to establish what it is that they do, if we are satisfied, fine, but for now it is a matter under investigation. Lanstar Technologies were moving the servers to Thika because the place where they have
been hosting the servers has been leased out to another tenant,” the police officer added.