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EACC Raids Homes Of Six Top KPLC Managers Over Alleged Corruption

Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has today conducted an intensive search in residential homes of 6 Kenya Power and Lighting company Top Managers under investigation for alleged grand corruption ranging from procurement irregularities, insider trading, unexplained wealth and conflict of interest.

Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission chief executive officer Mbarak Twalib in a past press briefing. Photo courtesy.

Those whose homes were raided for the search include those of General Managers John Kibyegon for Supply chain, Charles Mwaura for Network Management and Stephen Kinadira Finance Manager.

The Rwalib Mbarak's commission also conducted search at the homes of Engineer Stephen Nguli and Supply Chain Managers Jane Muigai and John Wachira.

The commission condificated critical evidence that will be used for further investigations into the alleged corruption within the giant power company and should they be found responsible for the said corruption then they will be prosecuted and charged for the same.


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Charles Mwaura EACC KPLC Rwalib Mbarak Stephen Kinadira


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