Hello and welcome back to my channel. Its been a tough day for former Murang’a Governor Mwangi Wa Iria after Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, (EACC), obtained orders freezing two properties belonging to the wife of former Murang’a Governor Mwangi Wa Iria.
According to NTV, the order was issued pending the conclusion of an ongoing suit for the recovery of over Sh542 million that EACC wants the former governor, his wife, and associates to surrender to the national government.
EACC is attempting to recoup KSh 542,610,615 from the Wa Iria family. The former governor is accused of stealing public funds and investing it in properties owned by him, his wife, and associates.
The two properties are a Nairobi Block in Umoja Innercore valued at Sh7,500,000 and another land parcel valued at Sh8,800,000.
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