Following the revelations that DCI Boss George Kinoti has launched investigations on Kenya Airways and how it made losses totaling to 100B between 2003 to 2014, former CEO Titus Naikuni, who was the company’s boss during the duration has dared Kinoti to go arrest him at his Bisil farm in Kajiado County.
“I am telling them I am one of the tallest Kajiado Maasai and therefore my height will help investigators not to miss out on me. I joined employment soon after completing my university education in 1970 and from then I have never been involved in the graft of any kind. I am now in retirement and anyone wanting me, can come over to grill me under a tree in my farm,” he said.
Naikuni explains, the claims he has not received any official communication or orders from the DCI over investigations on him, saying the story being peddled by the media that money laundering happened during his tenure are lies meant to mislead the public.
The Director of Criminal Investigations said had begun investigating whether Kenya Airways staff conspired to bring down the airline.
The DCI says it wants to establish how Kenya’s national carrier lost Sh100 billion between 2003 and 2014, the nine years during which former MD Naikuni was in charge.