The Director of Criminal Investigations has taken over the probe into the visa delay saga pitting Africa's fastest man Ferdinand Omanyala.
Omanyala's Visa was delayed leading to his arrival for the World Championship, in Oregon in the US, almost late.
The athlete was to arrive there in time and prepare for the competition but he ended up arriving about two hours before the run.
Kinoti has confirmed that he has been contacted to probe the Visa delay.
Fresh details indicate that non-officials were added to the list of travelers leaving behind key personalities including athletes, coaches, and technical officials.
"It definitely shocks me. This is a disgrace not only to the nation but to the entire globe, and we will not allow it," Kinoti stated.
The DCI boss scolded officials accused of stifling the performance of Omanyala, who is the fastest man in Africa.
The ministry, however, denied reports of officials being included in the list with the Principal Secretary of State Department of Sports Joe Okudo saying only six persons from the ministry were on the list.
He said the group had gone to meet sponsors of the national team kitty.
Despite the challenges, Omanyala ran the race and qualified for the 100 meters semi-finals in the ongoing World Athletics Championships in Oregon USA.
The African champion sailed through to the semi-finals after clocking 10.10 seconds behind Edward Osei-Nketia (10.08) and Brown who won the heat in 9.98 seconds