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What Kenyans want to see happen as NYS scandal suspects are charged

All eyes are focused on the Director of Public Prosecutions Office and the Judiciary as suspects of the Sh9 billion NYS scandal are being charged at Milimani law courts on Tuesday.

The chief prosecutor Noordin Haji believes he has an open-and-shut case against the 54 suspects.

Kenyans are demanding that the suspects be denied bond and eventually be jailed and all their assets auctioned to recover all the monies lost in the scandal.

On social media platforms, the fed up Kenyans are not interested in courtroom theatrics witnessed in the first NYS scandal in 2015 in which 24 suspects were acquitted on Monday for lack of evidence.

Here are the sentiments of concerned Kenyans.