Kenyans can expect justice, says independent DPP
17 April 2012, 15:27
Nairobi – About 10 months since he took oath as
Kenya’s first independent Director of Public Prosecutions, Keriako
Tobiko is confident that he has set up a foundation for quality service
delivery to the country.
His appointment under the 2010 Constitution has given his office the
autonomy to conduct its operations independently unlike under the old
constitution where he received orders from the Attorney General.
“Although I was DPP under the old constitution, there was no office
of the DPP; it was an administrative office. DPP operated under the
control of the Attorney General… there was no independence,” he
recounted during an interview with Capital FM News.
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