Kenei murder probe: Harambee House Annex CCTV footage was edited- DCI Kinoti

Kinoti releases damning CCTV footage in fake arms deal probe

Director of Criminal investigations George Kinoti

Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti has released cctv footage into the fake arms deal meeting that took place at Harambee House Annex.

Addressing journalists on Thursday, Kinoti indicated that the footage was edited to conceal the role of sergeant Kipyegon Kenei's role in the deal.

The DCI boss stated that he believed the death of Kenei was stage managed.

According to Kinoti, preliminary investigations in the death of Kenei shows that the sergeant's death was planned for a long time.

He further stated that sergeant Kenei wanted to record statement on fake arms deal.

The CCTV footage also showed that Kenei was at the office the day Echesa visited Harambee House Annex.

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