Anti-corruption court has sentenced former youth fund director and businessman Mukuria Ngamau be jailed for a period of twenty eight years or pay seven hundred and twenty million shillings fine after the court found him guilty of defrauding youth development fund one hundred and eighty million shillings.
The court found out that Quorandum limited which Ngamau is the managing director had conspired with officials from the youth fund to embezzle public funds.
Former youth fund chief executive officer Catherine Namuye,chairman Bruce odhiambo and two others had denied allegations of defrauding youth fund one hundred and eighty million shillings.Their charges were dropped when they died while the case was still ongoing.
They were arrested in 2016 and arraigned before Milimani anti-corruption.Ethics and anti-corruption commission said that the co-director of Quorandum Doreen Ng'ang'a was acquitted under section two hundred and ten of the criminal procedure code.
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