The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji and his Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti are not leaving anything to chance in their quest to rid the Country of crooks.
The duo leave for the US this weekend as Kenya moves to enlist the Trump administration’s help to fight graft and money laundering. The visit comes after similar trips to the UK and Jersey Island, as the two officials seek broad international assistance to smash corrupt networks and repatriate stolen cash stashed abroad.
During the three-day visit, Haji and Kinoti are expected to hold a series of meetings with the Attorney General (AG) William Barr and Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) director, Christopher Wray.
Corruption, counter-terrorism, organized crime, drug trafficking, human trafficking and intelligence sharing would be the main focus when the two countries meet.
Haji said the US AG’s office had invited them for the trip to share many issues that affect both countries.
“We will be discussing many issues including graft. You know the FBI is under AG’s office in the US and we are scheduled to meet top detectives there to share various issues,” he said.