A statement released by Interior Ministry Spokesperson Wangui Muchiri has directed the Inspector-General of Police Hillary Mutyambai to investigate alleged Immigration misconduct brought out in Citizen Tv’s exposé dubbed Westlands Underworld.
Mutyambai, whose Deputy was adversely mentioned, will be expected to investigate the matter within two weeks and submit his report over the matter.
The directive comes after a consultative meeting was held on Tuesday between the Cabinet Secretary for Interior Fred Matiang’i, the IG himself and the Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji.
The statement also indicated that any member of the public with any evidence of the matter to submit to the Director of Internal Affairs Unit; National Police Service Charlton Murithi who can be reached through 0798474619 or through an email firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESS STATEMENT on alleged immigration misconduct. pic.twitter.com/s4KkRL724d
— Ministry of Interior (@InteriorKE) October 15, 2019
In the exposé, a number of government officials, lawyers and other brokers were incriminated of plotting to deport an Indian Family so that they can take over a vast wealth owned by the targeted.
Deputy Inspector of Police Edward Mbugua, Head of Immigration Services Alex Muteshi, Makadara Member of Parliament George Aladwa, DCI officers, Lawyers were unmasked in the plot.
Dilip Bakrania and sister Hansa Bakrania were on the verge of being deported after their niece Nisha Jiyantilal made a well-choreographed plan with the aforementioned persons so that her uncle and aunt can be deported.
According to Hansa, their niece wanted them dead so that she can take over the multi-billion family empire.
Dilip claimed that he gave the Makadara MP Aladwa Ksh500,000 but nothing came out successfully. Aladwa, however, declined the allegations.
The head of Immigration Alex Muteshi reportedly received Ksh1 million so that he can sort out the family’s visa issues but he refuted claims as mere allegations.
The Deputy Inspector General Edward Mbugua was also allegedly involved after text messages exposed in the investigative piece placed him at the centre stage.
However, with the help of private investigator Jane Mugo, Dilip and Hansa managed to get their passports back.
Their passports were taken irregularly by brokers who were allegedly sent by Immigration officers.
Here is the exposé: