The government of Kenya led by his excellency President Kenyatta has declared enough is enough as far as the fighting the cartels are concerned. I am going to share the names of the "untouchable" culprits who found themselves in police custody after been found culpable of the corruption scandals.
1. KPA Boss Daniel Manduku
On Thursday morning, the Director of the public prosecution Noordin haji has ordered an immediate arrest of the Kenya Port Authority Manager Daniel Manduku. This after the organisation (DPP) found him guilty of a corruption scandal worth 244 million at the state corporation.
2. Maasai Mara Money heist culprits
Several days ago, the government of Kenya has also arrested the leadership of the Masai Mara University after investigations carried out found that the three (Finance officer, Vice-chancellor and Deputy Vice-chancellor) were guilty of corruption scandals at the University.
3. Okoth Obando's arrest
Yesterday, things fell apart for the Migori county Boss after DCI detectives verified that he has misappropriated taxpayers money, from the year 2013. All the same, the culprits are currently in court, to answer the case.
Finally, I wish to thank President Uhuru Kenyatta for his courageous move of fighting the invisible enemy. I wish him best of luck even as we wait for the KEMSA Investigation reports in the next 21 days.
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