Noordin Haji, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), maintains that those seeking his removal from office have no evidence against him.

In reality, the DPP has stated that if his accusers present proof that can persuade his employer that he is unfit to keep office, he is willing to resign. “I am a man of God, and I think that God has bigger plans for me if the President establishes a tribunal and the tribunal finds that I must go.” “Hii kiti sio ya mama yangu (This seat does not belong to my mother),” Haji told Jacob Kioria of KBC Channel 1 TV in an interview on Wednesday night.

“If the Public Service Commission believes I must resign, I will not be able to stay in this position indefinitely.” That is why I have a term, and the term will come to an end.” He stated.

Haji was speaking in response to petitions filed with the PSC by a couple of Kenyans seeking his removal as DPP.

There are currently five petitions in which the Haji’s accusers claim he is guilty of alleged abuse of authority and non-compliance with Kenya’s Constitution’s Chapter Six.

In the first appeal, Gabrielle Van Straten, the sister of killed Dutch billionaire Tob Cohen, accuses the DPP of mishandling her late brother’s murder investigation.

In the second, businessman Francis Nyaga Njeru accuses Haji of failing to act properly in a land dispute involving businessman Ahmed Rashid Jibril and his wife Farah Ali Mohamed worth Ksh.150 million.

Former Jack and Jill owner Schon Ahmed Noorani wants Haji fired for allegedly mishandling a case in which fellow businessman Rajendra Ratilal Sanghani reportedly failed to fulfill a debt of Kshs.167 million. He claims the DPP closed his trial too swiftly.

Grace Nginda Ita filed a complaint with the commission, requesting that Haji be forced to resign because of his handling of a case in which shares of her late husband Silas M’Mjamiu Ita were ‘fraudulently’ transferred in a company where dead businessman Tob Cohen controlled majority ownership.

Another Kenyan, Charles Waithaka, has filed a fifth petition, requesting that the PSC investigate Haji for “corruption, favoritism, nepotism, tribalism, egregious misconduct, and incompetence.”

Haji’s accusers are unanimous in their belief that he has failed the integrity test and is hence unable to occupy office. The DPP, on the other hand, is of the opinion that he is innocent of all charges filed against him.

“I’ve never been involved in bribery.” That is malevolent behavior, and I will present my facts and counter the accusations.” He stated

He claims that the petitioners are merely furious because they believe he made poor decisions despite’sufficient evidence’ that he ignored. And, according to the DPP, this is not the case.

“If you look at the majority of these, you’ll notice that they’re all from the same source. Some of them have taken some of the persons from whom I have withdrew.” He informed Kioria.

“Like any other Kenyan, I will have my day to answer,” Haji has promised. It’s not my style to go out there and shout and make allegations. I’ll respond in court as well as at the PSC.”

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