Intense Lobbying by the Agakhan has seen a delay and confusion by The Anti-terrorism Police Unit that wanted to charge CEO Naseem Devji who was arrested three weeks ago.
Even as her juniors cool their heels in various police cells, pressure from the Agakhan through a call to Statehouse has hampered everything, as authoritatively reported by this site.
So serious is the confusion that the Anti-terrorism Police Unit doesn’t know what to do with her despite evidence that the bank is directly linked to a terror network.
The Antiterrorism Police Unit (ATPU) is a unit within the National Police Service mandated to mitigate terrorism-related cases in the country. They had arrested the CEO, and detained her for a few hours before pressure from state-house rose, leading to her release.
Despite shedding crocodile tears in public over terror attacks, President Uhuru Kenyatta’s state-house cartels are hampering the fight against terrorism by covering up for a CEO whose negligence saw the DusitD2 attack happen leading to many deaths.
As reported a few days ago, pressure saw the ATPU change the charges from terrorism to money-laundering due to pressure from the Agakhan whop has also managed to compromise all the media holdings not to follow up and report these issues.
Even after watering her charges, the special CEO is yet to be arraigned as her juniors like the Eastleigh branch manager spends 30 days behind bars
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