IG BOINET IN HOT SOUP AFTER AKASHA CHILDREN MYSTERIOUSLY DISAPPEAR.

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Baktash Akasha, Vijay Goswami, Hussein Shabakash and Ibrahim Akasha at the Mombasa High Court over a drug trafficking case, January 21, 2015.

BY SAM ALFAN.

 
Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinett and his counterpart from the Directorate of Criminal investigations Ndegwa Muhoro have less than 24 hours to appear before court.  
 
The two senior most officers have been summoned by a Mombasa court to explain the whereabouts of Akasha’s children and others arrested over drug trafficking allegations.
 
Justice Njoki Mwangi has ordered the two to produce Batash Akasha Abdalla, Vijaygiri Goswami, Ghulam Hussein, Ibrahim Akasha Abdalla dead or alive together with the original if any arrest or order of detentions.
 
The suit has been fixed for hearing before Lady Justice Dorah Chepkwony tomorrow.
 
This is following accusations by criminal lawyers Cliff Ombeta and Wandugi Kiraithe who vowed that the police must produce their clients in court.
 
They were arrested by highly trained officers from the Special Crime Prevention Unit and the Anti-narcotics unit in connection to an undisclosed offence.
 
The wife to Batash Akasha Abdalla in the suit said she has looked for her kindred in Nyali and Mombasa police stations but her frantic search has bore no fruit.
 
Akasha’s wife Najma Akasha further informed her lawyers that her husband was arrested by the said officers after midnight on the 29 of this month and also taken to undisclosed location.
 
The US wants the son and three others extradited to face drug trafficking charges.

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