The angry members camped at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations headquarters to record statements over claims of savings misappropriation by the
The protests led to a major traffic snarl up along Kiambu road. Police officers on Monday had to lob tear gas to disperse members of the Ekeza Sacco who were holding demos protesting misappropriation of funds by Sacco officials.
The DCI had scheduled sessions with Nairobi and Kiambu residents who thronged their headquarters this morning with fraud complaints against Gakuyo Real Estate,
The more than 50 members chanted “Haki Yetu” as they protested in the demos which turned chaotic at the DCI premises. Majority of the members said they do not have faith in the DCI adding that the forms they were told to fill are not helpful.
Detectives investigating fraud claims against
“We closed all our business and came here (at DCI HQ) to record a statement only to be turned
“Our children are not going to school, we want Interior CS Fred Matiangí to address us since we have lost faith in DCI ” she added.
David Ngari, a televangelist and owner of Ekeza, is alleged to have used his reputation as a man of the cloth to lure followers into pumping billions of shillings into his organisation.
A report earlier indicated that he has irregularly transferred Sh1.5 billion from the troubled Savings and Credit Co-operative Society to his personal account.