The Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti now wants the DPP arrested for alleged perjury and fraud during consultative meetings to formulate guidelines on terrorism.
In an affidavit sworn by Director of the Anti-Terror Police Unit Martin Otieno, the DCI accused the DPP of forging the attendance list of a meeting held to discuss the new terrorism guidelines.
In the attendance list, the DCI argues that two detectives who did not attend the meetings on diverse dates of 21st February and March 2022 were included.
DCI also accuses the DP of forging the detectives' residence entries in the hotel where the meeting to discuss the terrorism guidelines took place.
Further, the DPP is now accused of hiring experts out of nepotism to draft the terrorism act that is now proving to be a borne of contention between the two government agencies.
Kinoti said the task force as constituted comprised a majority of non-investigative agencies who lacked the expertise or technical knowledge in the investigation of terrorism and financing of terrorism.
The terrorism guidelines have seen the DCI vow not to heed them terming them as illegal and unconstitutional.
Kinoti has raised reservations on a number of issues in the guidelines among them the requirement for declassification of their operation and mode of investigations as provided in the guidelines.
He argues that the requirements are tantamount to exposing police officers to operational risks with far-reaching effects on the safety of the nation and allegedly assisting the terrorist suspect to escape the dragnet, covering up evidence and aiding in eliminating officers involved in the operation.