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DCI summons Mavoko MP, former senior police bosses, and land officials over Portland Saga

Mavoko MP, former senior police bosses, and land registrars summoned over Portland saga following demolition of houses.

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has summoned 30 people including Mavoko MP Patrick Makau and 6 former police bosses as the agency seeks to shed light on the illegal acquisition of the contested Portland Cement land.

Others summoned include; Land registrars and Aimi Ma Lukenya Society officials.

Among the Aimi Ma Lukenya Society officials summoned are Julius Mutie Mutua (Chairman), Pascal Kiseli Munguli (Treasury) Alex Kyalo Mutemi (Secretary), and Jonathan Mutisya Muinde (Organising secretary).

Others summoned by Amin are Charles Wambugu, Geoffrey Omondi, and David Juma who are Former Deputy County Commissioner (Mavoko).

Former Mavoko OCPDs Kizito Mutoro, Sharma Wario, and Samuel Mukuusi are also on the list. 

Former Mavoko DCIO Joseph Mumira, Martin Korongo, and Vincent Kipkorir are also wanted.

Athi River location chief Cecilia Mbete Nzioka has been summoned too.

In a statement, the agency directed the 30 to appear at the DCI headquarters on Wednesday, October 18 at 8 a.m. in connection to the East African Portland Cement land saga.

 “These individuals are hereby directed to report to the officer in charge of the Land Fraud Investigations Unit at DCI Headquarters tomorrow, October 18 at 8 am,” Amin said.

“It is the responsibility of the DCI to ensure that justice prevails and the laws of the land are respected.”

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Amin in a statement on Tuesday said the officials have key information that will aid in the investigation of the case.

He said many victims of the Portland demolition are victims of fraudulent land sellers.

On the other hand, Kenyans who were allegedly swindled into purchasing the land were also requested to present key evidence to the investigative agency.

“We kindly request the affected members of the public to report to the Athi River Police Station immediately, carrying along any documentation or evidence in their possession that would aid in apprehending the land fraudsters, especially evidence of payments made to individuals who sold them land,” DCI said in its statement.

The evictions at the Portland cement land began on Friday, October 14 after President William Ruto issued an order directing the revocation of underdeveloped Athi River land.

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