Uhuru advised members of the public to start reporting all incidents of graft they come across to the Office of Director of Public Prosecution (Odpp) and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) offices near them.
Mr Mulama in his letter, stated that apart from enjoying the prosecutorial powers, the Odpp is mandated with ensuring administration of justice.
- The retired Archbishop turned graft-buster said EACC is still targeting ill-acquired assets valued at KSh 2.3 billion - Wabukala disclosed the Commission submitted 183 files on corruption and economic crimes to the Odpp in 2018 - Out of these, 135 were recommended for prosecution - Wabukala attributed the achievements made so far to increased political goodwill from the local leaders The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) chairman, Eliud Wabukala, is a very happy man, and for a good reason.
Mr Haji said the Odpp and IMLU had played a pivotal role in the enactment of the bill against torture and the National Coroners’ Service Act, which seek to safeguard human rights.
Some 21 per cent think there is a good working relationship between the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (Odpp) and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).
Also present during the event were Transparency International-Kenya executive director Samuel Kimeu, EACC director Ethics and Leadership Lucy Kinuthia, Odpp deputy director Emily Kamau and Auditor General's representative Benji Ndolo.
According to the poll that saw 1,500 people undergo telephonic interviews in 24 Counties Odpp’s office top the list of Government institutions mandated to fight the vice at 49 per cent while the the DCI comes second at 41 percent.
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (Odpp) disclosed the affected commercial banks agreed to a plea-bargain to avoid protracted court battles, which could seriously dent their highly valued and guarded reputations.
“For the Odpp, hope is alive in the criminal justice system, specifically for prosecutions courtesy of all and your (IMLU) assertiveness.” On April 13, President Uhuru Kenyatta assented to the Prevention of Torture Act 2017.
"We shall arraign them on Monday," Haji said when he addressed a plea bargaining workshop attended by Odpp heads of county in Naivasha.