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Tob Cohen’s family files petition seeking removal of DPP Noordin Haji from office

A petition has been filed before the Public Service Commission (PSC) seeking to have Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji removed from office. The family of the late Tob Cohen, through their lawyers, are accusing DPP Haji of mishandling the murder case of their kin.

Cohen’s family claims the DPP is interfering with investigations further accusing him of protecting people perceived as influential from prosecution.

Through their lawyers the family of the late businessman Tob Cohen now wants the Public Service Commission to eject from office the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji on claims he lacks all requisite experience as provided for under Article 157 (3) Constitution of Kenya, 2010.

The petitioner, Cohen’s sister Gabriel Hannan Van Straten, further claims the DPP has demonstrated abuse of power and office by restraining the Directorate of Criminal Investigations from arresting Court of Appeal Judge Kantai Ole Sankale, for his alleged involvement in the murder and cover-up.


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