Mombasa County Governor Ali Hassan Joho is a besieged man after it emerged that the Parliamentary departmental committee on transport will initiate investigations into alleged corruption scam touching on him.
This information has been disclosed by Taifa Leo publication on Sunday 8th of November 2020 where they noted that a company with links to governor Joho allegedly got multibillion tender through corruption means.
According to information disclosed by the newspaper, Governor Ali Hassan Joho's company has always been favoured by the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) when issuing tenders and this has raised pertinent queries on why.
This is not the first time governor Joho is being investigated over corruption related issue after sometimes back he found himself on the watchdog eyes over corruption through his companies and proxies.
Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) has before commenced investigations against the Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho into his alleged involvement in embezzlement of Sh31.4 billion.
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