The National Water Harvesting and Storage Authority (NWHSA) acting CEO Geoffrey Sang was today arrested by Detectives from the Serious Crimes Department. The dramatic arrest happened at the parastatal’s office in Industrial Area, Nairobi.
The Detectives took away documents from his office and from the procurement department before whisking him away to the headquarters of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) along Kiambu Road.
Erick Okeyo, NWHSA’s chair when reached, he said that he had not been informed why Mr Sang was arrested. “Detectives visited our offices but I have not been briefed about the allegations. I have been chairman for only one month,” he said.
The role of NWHSA's is to oversee the construction of dams and storage of water in country,
It also collects and provides information for the formulation by the Cabinet Secretary on national water resources storage and flood control strategies, develops a water harvesting policy and enforces water harvesting strategies.
The agency also advises the Cabinet Secretary on any matter concerning national public waterworks for water storage and flood control.
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