The Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission has finally reacted to online claims that the agency is investigating members of Kiraitu Murungi's family for corruption. EACC disowned the letter, terming it fake.
The letter seen by this writer claims that the irregular payments run to the tune of Ksh. 2billion. It contains names of two companies that are supposedly under investigation for non-delivery of goods and services, among other allegations.The letter identifies five people who are purportedly obliged to report to the EACC headquarters. Some of the individuals named are relatives of the current Meru governor Kiraitu Murungi.
The five include, Priscilla Kathuguchi Murungi, Fanon Mwenda Murungi, Caroline Nkatha Murungi, Winnie Makena Murungi and Titus Ntuchiu. Our investigations reveal that Priscilla Murungi is wife to Governor Kiraitu Murungi, while Nkatha, Fanon and Winnie are their offspring. Titus Ntuchiu serves as the deputy governor, Meru County. However, the identity of the phoney letter's writers and their motivations for producing it are unknown.
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