Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji now says he will step aside should investigations reveal that his father, Garrisa senator Yusuf Haji was capable of grabbing public land at the coastal region.
Speaking to Ghetto Radio News Haji called on anybody with evidence that his father grabbed public land to take the allegations to the Director of criminal investigation other than using such to malign his name.
‘‘Am ready to step aside should court confirm those allegations but I wonder where these people have been and even their time of questioning.’’ he said
Haji further downplayed claims that the fight against graft is political and is targeting the deputy president William Ruto .
Haji added that he is only doing his job as stipulated by the constitution and that he will spare no one in the corruption purge.
‘‘There is nobody who is above the law whether the DP or any other person involved we will come for you .’’ He said.
The DPP will later on tour Kayole area to meet different group in a function that is expected to take place at Kayole Social Hall.
The groups include Kayole social justice, baraza la wazee among other social groups in the area.
Currently the office of the DPP is pursuing one of Kenya’s shocking scandals in which 63 billion shillings dam project where two cabinet secretaries are involved.
The two CS and several top government officials have been grilled over the same with sources also indicating that president Uhuru Kenyatta is looking forward for major cabinet reshuffle.