The Law Society of Kenya (LSK) has rejected a final report on investigations into the murders of lawyer Willie Kimani, his client Josphat Mwenda and their taxi driver Joseph Muiruri.
The LSK asked Justice Luka Kimaru to issue fresh summons to Directorate of Criminal Investigation boss Ndegwa Muhoro to shed light on the findings made so far on how the murders were planned and executed.
“The DCI should have in his report not only indicated those involved in the murders but also explain how they planned the killings,” said John Khaminwa.
He said there must be sufficient elements of the investigation to be subjected to public scrutiny for the sake of justice.
“We cannot under any circumstances treat this as a final report, we require the DCI to be summoned in court for us to cross-examine him on the issues he has not disclosed,” said Dr Khaminwa.
The lawyer said it is clear investigations are not complete following reports that the signals of a police radio were traced to the scene of the killings.
Another lawyer, Ben Sihanya, told the court the report is generalised, “with no indication that there is a likelihood that other suspects may be arrested.”
He said the report has gaps that Mr Muhoro should explain