MORE TROUBLE FOR DPP HAJI WITH NEW PETITION SEEKING HIS OUSTER OVER IRREGULAR PROMOTION.

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BY SAM ALFAN.

More pressure has continued to pile against Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji after yet another petition was filed seeking for his removal over alleged gross misconduct.

In the new petition, an activist Charles Rubia accuses Haji of irregular promotion of junior prosecutors to the rank of Senior Principal Assistant prosecutors or above.

Documents filed by Rubia before Public Service Commission (PSC) accuses Haji of disregarding recruitment and welfare of the staff in the office of Director of Public Prosecution.

Through lawyer Danstan Omari, Rubia urges PSC to consider his petition and forward it to President Uhuru Kenyatta and recommend the immediate suspension of Haji from office.

He says the DPP has shown open bias, discrimination, incompetence, misbehavior and misconduct through his disregard for recruitment and the welfare of the staff of his office.

He alleges that since DPP Haji was appointed, his office has is tainted with corrupt practices, favoritism, nepotism, tribalism, clannism, misuse and abuse office.

Rubia adds that since Haji took office, the welfare and working environment at the office of Director of Public Prosecution has greatly deteriorated and highly compromised.

ODPP Act, 2013, the HR Manual and the advertisement for vacancies provides for the procedure for appointment to a particular position within his office.

According to the document, from the year 2018 to date, these procedures and qualifications have just been reduced to procedures just laid down on paper and are never enforced.

“The recruitment of the staff has become shambolic  exercise full of corruption,nepotism, tribalism, clannism, favorism and Noordin Haji has the final decision on who will be recruited and not.

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