Keriako Tobiko

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Keriako Tobiko is a Kenyan lawyer and the current Director of Public Prosecutions of Kenya.[1] He previously served as a commissioner on the Constitution of Kenya Review Commission, where his differences with its then chair Yash Pal Ghai would later come back to haunt him, as Ghai made presentations against his confirmation as DPP over alleged involvement in a land grabbing cover up.[2] Ghai also alleged that Tobiko's initial appointment to the office of Director of Public Prosecution was politically motivated.

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