Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji has hit out at Nandi Governor Stephen Sang over his remarks about Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti, Wednesday.
The county boss on Wednesday criticised Kinoti.
He termed him President Uhuru Kenyatta's errand boy who is being used by the Head of State to harass his political rivals in the name of fighting corruption.
Responding during an interview on JKL Wednesday evening, Haji faulted the remarks, terming them reckless and derogatory, especially coming from a leader of his calibre.
"Let leaders desist from such derogatory remarks. If the governor has proof in support of his claims then let him present it," he said.
Haji added that Kinoti is indeed an errand boy, and so is he, but made it clear that they are errand boys of the public and all Kenyans whom they are in office to serve.
"It's true that we are errand boys of Kenyans because we are here to work for them," added Noordin.
Governor Sang' claimed that Uhuru has grown reckless in his remarks lately, well aware that nothing can happen to him as he has the support of the DCI whom he handpicked and installed.
Thank you for reading my article! You have contributed to my success as a writer. The articles you choose to read on Hivisasa help shape the content we offer.