Henry Rotich, the former Treasury cabinet Secretary was allegedly involved in graft case worth 63 billion Kenyan shillings.
His case has been in the Court for years since his accusations. However, Rotich remains guilty until or unless proven guilty.
Rotich during the infamous Arror and Kimwarer saga was involved for allegedly swindeling Ksh. 63 billion meant for the constitution of the two dams.
Also, the project was said to have been overcharged with some claiming extra money that was included in the bidding was to go into personal account.
However, Rotich's graft case worth 63 billion has been referred to another magistrate after high court judge Lawrence Mugambi's Judicial Service Commission nomination.
"Former Treasury cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich's ksh. 63 billion graft case referred to another magistrate after high court Lawrence Mugambi's Judicial Service Commission nomination," Sources revealed.
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