Nairobi County under the leadership of Johnstone Sakaja is grappling with cases of employees who are earning an average amount of money but rich in millions who which cannot be accounted for. This has been the case for two County employees who are currently under investigation by the ethics and anti-corruption commission.
To Emily monocoat the accounts of the two employees have been frozen to pave way for investigations since they cannot account for the billions which were found credited in their bank accounts and MPESA statements.
Jimmy Kiamba earning 85k
According to the report the two earn an approximate monthly earning of 85,000 Kenya Shillings and 55,000 Kenya Shillings. However their bank account were deposited with close to 400 million Kenya Shillings and 1.5 billion Kenya Shillings for the man earning 85,000 Kenya Shillings.
Still on that police revealed that the two own huge pieces of lands, apartments other amenities running into millions in different parts of the country including high-end vehicles and joints.
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