Interpol is not looking for Governor Joho – DCI
The DCI has come to clear the air on what had been alleged that Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho was on the wanted list of Interpol over trading in drugs.
The DCI, George Kinoti, wrote to Governor Joho informing him that there are no proceedings against him from the Interpol.
“Please be informed that the letter which has been circulating in the social media pertaining to your client and others that are being investigated and being sought by Interpol is not true. The document citing that was a forgery,” part of the letter from DCI’s office read.
Along side the letter was an attachment from Interpol of the findings of the same.
Chief of Interpol’s National Central Bureau in Nairobi Bethuel Oburu, asked the DCI to investigate the source of the information.
This came after a group of Jubilee politicians, allied to Deputy President William Ruto, accused Governor Joho of engaging in drug trafficking.
Joho, through his lawyer MM Advocates, had stated that he will take action against the politicians who had accused him of dealing in drug trafficking