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Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, EACC has leaked the value of assets it is currently pursuing in courts to recover across the country.
According to the information shared by the agency, it is currently pursuing throughout the country, total valued assets of Kshs 33 Billion that the agency says was acquired through theft of public money. EACC has revealed that this also includes wealth that cannot be explained by owners who are public officials. EACC these asset recovery cases are active in courts.
"Asset recovery cases active in court.Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission,EACC is currently pursuing forfeiture of corruptly acquired assets worth Kes. 33 B in various courts across the country. This includes unexplained wealth held by public officials." EACC shared.
EACC has been in the forefront in the fight against corruption and some notable cases currently at the court is that of former Migori County Governor Okoth Obado and the corruption case against Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko.
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