Milimani anti-corruption court under magistrate Elizabeth Juma today ruled that Sirisia Member of Parliament, Hon. John Waluke and his Co-accused partner Grace Sarapay Wakhungu to pay over 700 million shillings each or face seven years in prison.
While giving her judgment today, 25th June 2020, magistrate Elizabeth Juma ruled that John Waluke was required to pay Kshs. 727 million fine while Grace Wakhungu was fined 707 million or a seven year jail term.
It should be noted that Grace Wakhungu is the mother of the former environment cabinet secretary, Hon Judy Wakhungu.
The duo were being accused of involving themselves in a fraud of over Kshs. 313 million maize scandal. Milimani court magistrate looked at the evidence that was produced before the anti-corruption court and found them guilty.
John Waluke was remanded on Monday, 21st June 2020 at Kileleshwa awaiting today's ruling.
They were represented in court by Cliff Ombeta, Who pleaded by the judge to have mercy on the young legislator and said the he had a room of changing. However, the duo have a period of 14 days to appeal.
The following is the table of the counts that the duo have been accused of:
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