Kenyan media

The following are the news highlights in Kenyan media outlets on Monday.

— State House recently released an extract from the Executive Order Four that has kept many guessing on what else it contained.

Last Thursday when the abridged order was released, two Cabinet Secretaries, Mwangi Kiunjuri and Eugene Wamalwa, were being questioned over a scandal that refused to go away — the construction of the Arror and Kimwarer dams. (Daily Nation)

— Deputy President William Ruto has said the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) does not have the constitutional mandate to investigate economic crimes.

Ruto argued that DCI which is headed by George Kinoti, lacks backing by law to probe economic crimes, adding that it should hand over investigations to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission. (Standard)

— Rebuilding a tattered image, recalling their independence and reorganizing the secretariat are among the key issues awaiting the new National Police Service Commission (NPSC).

Policing experts and insiders at the NPSC told the Star the new commissioners will have to start from scratch if they are keen on delivering an efficient and fully reformed police service. (Star) Enditem


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