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Mali Ya Ufisadi: Ksh 74.6 Million Assets Belonging To Former Kenya Port Authority Gets Questioned

According to a news report shared by a trustworthy source of information, the suspect accused of illegally obtaining Ksh. 74 million in his account was put on the spot by the officers from the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission after he allegedly failed to explain how he had acquired this amount of money despite the fact that his salary didn't correspond to his assets.

In light of this, the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission filed a lawsuit in an effort to retrieve the man's money, which was allegedly obtained through corruption.

The EACC has been given permission to recover the sum of Ksh. 52.5 million from the suspect's account, according to reports provided by a reliable source of information.

Furthermore, it has been made known that the EACC has frozen Ksh 22.1 million that was discovered in the man's account.

Kenyans have called on the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission to look into senior government officials so that more suspects can be arrested as a result of the growing number of corrupt government officials as a response to this incident. Kenyans have used their various social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions on the matter.

Most Kenyans, according to the reports they provided, said it was regrettable that the government, or rather the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission, is currently targeting junior government officials, despite the fact that well-known government officials have been accused of using corruption to get rich.

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