Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika has been listed among other 10 individuals been sought by the Directorate Criminal Investigations (DCI) over-involvement in the Akasha’s drug syndicate, according to a letter to Directorate of Public prosecutions Noordin Haji which has since been termed fake.
According to the details of the letter dated August 27th, Kihika was named in a list including other top leaders who are wanted by the DCI for investigation after a confession made by the Akasha’s named them among accompliances in the drug syndicate between years 2007 and 2017.
Former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo is also a victim on Wednesday dismissed the letter arguing that he sensed malice and witch-hunt by the drafters of the letter which has since gone viral on social media.
“Those spreading these lies are agents of the devil, they should be defeated. I wonder why some people behave like pigs?” said Kabogo in a Facebook post.
Other leaders listed include Kenya Revenue Authority officials, former MP Harun Mwau and a number of judicial officials.
Last six months ago, a similar letter which made rounds on social media also named Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho among those wanted for investigation over-involvement in a drug scandal.
Joho, however, wrote to Interpol seeking clarification on the matter saying it had tarnished his image. The Interpol dismissed the letter as fake.