Journalists Milton Were and Jack Okinyi are this morning appearing before the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) over an expose that detailed and uncovered alleged corruption at Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KURA).
The expose also unmasked various stalled road construction projects in the Nairobi metropolitan area granted to a company connected to an MP from Mandera County.
The two are currently at DCI headquarters along Kiambu road.
The two were last month abducted and tortured by officers from the Special Crimes Unit. They were however, later freed after spending over 24 hours in custody.
The two were later taken to Kibera Courts by where the Director of Public Prosecution declined to approve extortion charges. They resorted to attempting Publishing fake information charges under the Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Law.
They were finally released after 24 hours in custody, but police retained their laptops and mobile phones. Until now now, their gadgets have not yet been handed over to them.
They are, however, set to know if they will get back their gadgets or not, since the DPP already rejected the charges that had been leveled against them.