Lead DCI investigator in second NYS case Keneth Kemei dies

    Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) lead investigator in the second case of National Youth Service (NYS) has died following a tragic road accident.

    Kenneth Kemei, a 33-year-old police constable died in a road accident while traveling to Nairobi from Eldoret on the night of Sunday, February 16.

    Kemei is a graduate of Dedan Kimathi University of Technology.

    He studied Investigative forensics.

    NYS 2 scandal

    December 2018, eight commercial banks pleaded guilty of facilitating the second multi-billion scandal at the National Youth Service, this is according to the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji.

    He says they said banks have entered a plea-bargaining agreement with his office to pay Sh300 million fine indicating one bank is already in the process of doing that.

    It is a move that Secretary Public Prosecutions Dorcas Oduor has welcomed saying plea bargaining will help shorten the trial process, de-congest remand prisons and reduce the backlog of cases.

    Early September, the Central Bank of Kenya penalised five banks a total of 392 million shillings for violating financial transaction rules in respect to the handling of the 8 billion shillings scandal that was exposed this year.

    The Banks include Standard Chartered Bank, Equity Group, KCB Group, Co-operative Bank of Kenya Ltd, and Diamond Trust Bank.

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