Two more petitions have been filed at the Public Service Commission (PSC) seeking the removal from office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).
The latest petitions have been lodged by Karianjahi Waiganjo, a man accused of impersonating a senior police officer and the widow to the late Silas M’Njamiu Ita, Grace Nginda Ita who was a business partner to the late Dutch tycoon Tob Cohen are seeking the DPP’s removal over alleged gross misconduct.
Nginda wants PSC to find the DPP failed to take action against Court of Appeal judge Sankale Ole Kantai and Sarah Wairimu for allegedly defrauding the estate of her deceased husband Ita a share in the joint business they co-owned with Cohen.
Papers show that petitioner’s husband, was a friend and business partner to the late Cohen in a company known as Tobs Ltd which was incorporated by the late Cohen and M’Njamiu on July 19, 1991, through AR Kapiara and Co. Advocates.
The petition further reads Nginda’s husband died on April 20,1999. On April 29,1999, merely nine days after Ita died, Justice Sankale who was then a High Court advocate, fraudulently transferred one share belonging to the deceased to himself.