DCI Now Summon Lawyer Omari Over Matiangi Home Raid – Eagle News Feed

lawyer Danstan Omari

lawyer Danstan Omari

Police have issued a summons to lawyer Danstan Omari to appear at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) Wednesday over the raid on former interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi’s Nairobi home.

In the summons to Omari, the officers say they are investigating the offense of publication of false information and they believe Omari is connected to the offense or has information that can assist in investigations.

The lawyer is to appear at DCI Kiambu Road before police senior superintendent Michael Sang at 9 .30 am Wednesday without fail.

Last Wednesday, police raided Matiangi’s home and carted away a server of CCTV cameras.

They broke doors at the home as they ransacked it.

DCI Mohamed Amin said they had made significant progress in the ongoing investigations surrounding allegations of a raid in the home of the former Cabinet Secretary on the night of Wednesday, February 8, 2022.

“After a comprehensive investigation, the DCI has determined that no complaint has been made at any police station regarding the alleged raid.”

“Through our efforts, we have recorded statements from the VIP police deployed to Dr. Matiang’i’s residence on the night in question, as well as statements from the private security company guarding the property,” he said.

He added they have also taken note of the allegations made by lawyers who held a meeting with Dr. Matiang’i before the complaint was lodged on live TV, including a claim that there were 200 lawyers surrounding the former minister to shield him from the police officers.

“We will continue to gather information from all parties involved in this matter.

This afternoon, our officers obtained a search order to obtain CCTV recordings from the home of the former Interior Cabinet Secretary to establish the facts surrounding the alleged raid. “

“Upon completing our investigation, we will take action if any officers from any security agency were involved in any unauthorized activities, or if any false information was knowingly disseminated by anyone to the public,” he added.

He added the DCI is committed to conducting impartial investigations and upholding the rule of law.

“We take all allegations seriously and will continue to work diligently to bring the truth to light.”

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