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THIKA TRAFFIC POLICE CREATE FAKE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT TO INCRIMINATE ONE PARTY IN A LAND DISPUTE

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The novelty has finally worn off for all the new office holders in all the crime fighting offices of National Police Service (NPS), the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) and Office of Director of Public Prosecution (ODPP).
 
The Assa Nyakundi saga has burst the bubble and optimism of Kenyans and proved that these offices have indeed reverted to factory settings. Junior officers were simply waiting for their new bosses to finish the “media rounds” to show that they were serious with reforming those institutions before getting back to the business of selling justice to the highest bidder.
 
If the Assa Nyakundi criminal case had been one for a low key villager, the officers at DCI and DPP would probably have got away with creating fake or altered evidence, and eventually charged him with a misdemeanor.
 
Thika Police Station is one of the most lucrative postings for a traffic officer, anywhere in Kenya. You may remember that the Thika motorcycle policeman who was found with Ksh. 36 million in his bank account by the NPSC some years ago.
 
Currently, the traffic police officers have created a false road accident against an individual, hoping to arrest and prosecute him.
 
The real reason however, is to jump-start an old LAND criminal dispute that had been thrown out by the Thika Chief Magistrates Court in 2018.
 
Both the ODPP and trial court had gotten tired of the shenanigans in the court case, and decided to terminate the case.
 
Caption: Proceedings from Thika Law courts terminating the criminal land case and a letter from ODPP asking Thika DCIO to stop hindering a review of the police investigation file

 

It seems unlikely that Thika Traffic Police would be acting independently on this issue without the connivance of DCI and even DPP in a well-oiled scheme.

 

DPP is acting with strange ambivalence on this Land dispute, which has also lasted over 10 years before the High Court awaiting adjudication.

 

Why would the Special Advisor to DCI Kinoti casually wash his hands off this matter when it was brought to his attention?

 

Will the new Police boss Mutyambai look into this state of affairs at Thika Police Station and get to the bottom of this matter? He had not yet squandered his goodwill!
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