Kenya Chief Justice Scare; Scenarios and Francis Kimemia Pawn Status.February 22 | Posted by David Goldman | Crime, Intelligence News
The media saga of a scared Chief Justice and a morally wounded head of civil service remains hypothetical as protocol rules and covert intelligence operations seem omnipresent.
The Chief Justice confirmed a call from the Director General of the National Intelligence Services, General Michael Gichangi, wherein, SIN finds fault since the Director General of Intelligence does not make courtesy calls at all.
The Director General reports only to the president of the Republic and the National Security Council, besides daily meeting his trustee team of analysts and directors of key arms of the intelligence Service.
There are two scenarios which Strategic Intelligence has been reviewing and analyzing to verify what may have caused this executive war.
In the first scenario, sabotage, with agents within the intelligence system orchestrating events that facilitated the executive war and subtle embarrassment, a scheme that has fitted the puzzle perfectly besides high success
The other scenario is a credible intelligence report that prompts a rapid/emergency covert operation to tail the Chief Justice.
Here, the intelligence operatives may have learnt that the Chief Justice Willy Mutunga is headed for Tanzania to meet a US State Department official.
Being behind schedule, the intelligence operatives orchestrate events that see the Chief Justice delayed hence gain enough time to scroll through his itinerary.
The Chief Justice should shed light on who he was off to meet in Tanzania to remove doubts that these person/s was/were not a person of interest.
However, it could have been that simple act of sabotage by intelligence infiltrators that led to the false alarm prompting the Head of Civil Service memo to be in force with the purpose of embarrassing the CJ to an extent of him being at loggerheads with the Head of Civil Service and the Director General of Intelligence subsequently causing a media saga and fixation of the Head of Civil Service.