Garissa Governor Ali Korane finds himself in more trouble as the Directorate of Public Prosecution presents new evidence to court against him and his co-accused in their corruption case. The case was supposed to be heard today but was adjourned as a result of the new evidence provided in court by procecutor Mercy Gateru.
Governor Ali Korane was arrested alongside other four Garissa county officials by the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission detectives September last year. They were charged with mismanagement and misappropriation of public funds. The county government of Garissa received kshs 233 million grant from the world bank which was part of Kenya Urban Support Programme.
The case will be heard again on April 19, 2021 as the accused side will have to defend themselves against all the charges levied on them. This charges includes; willful failure to comply with laws related to management of public funds and the conspiracy to commit economic crime.
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