Raila faults ‘slow’ police probe on Jacob Juma’s murder
Cord leader Raila Odinga has faulted police investigations into the murder of controversial businessman Jacob Juma.
Mr Odinga said the manner the investigation is being carried out leaves a lot to be desired. He pointed out that the police have taken too long to record statements from Mr Juma’s family.
He made the remarks on Wednesday during a visit to Mr Juma’s widow, Miriam Wairimu, with her two children Irene and John at their house in Karen.
Mr Odinga renewed calls for Scotland Yard and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to take over investigations into the murder.
“We will not rest until we know Jacob Juma’s killers,” said Mr Odinga.