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US government agrees to help Kenya fight graft following Haji, Kinoti visit ▷ Kenya News




– DPP Haji led a delegation to America to seek support in the ongoing anti-corruption purge

– The Kenyan delegation visited FBI headquarters where they met FBI deputy director David Bowdich

– They also met US deputy attorney general Bruce Swartz who indicated United States Justice Department will attach to Kenya a senior US prosecutor

– The new development comes in the wake of mega graft probes involving senior state officers and county bosses

The United States of America (USA) has agreed to send to Kenya one of its top prosecutors to support the East African country in the ongoing war against corruption.

This was after Kenya’s Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti held talks with Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Deputy Director David Bowdich in Worthington DC.

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP)and Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss George Kinoti travelled to US on a three-day visit to seek help on the war against corruption. Photo: DCI.
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The Haji-led delegation visited the FBI headquartered on Tuesday, June 11, where they met Bowdich who lauded the effort the Kenyan government was making in fighting graft and indicated Worthington with not hesitate to give support when needed.

“United States Justice Department is set to attach a senior US prosecutor to strengthen the ongoing anti-corruption efforts.

This was revealed by the US deputy attorney general Bruce Swartz during meeting with Kenyan delegation,” the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) said on Wednesday evening.

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