Former aspirant for the Siaya gubernatorial position Charles Owino is a wanted man by EACC after EACC slapped him with show cause letters. Up to the time of declaring interest in the Siaya seat, Owino was a police spokesperson. He resigned from the police service to try out his hand. He would later team up with Nicholas Gumbo after missing out on the ODM party ticket where they opted to run on a UDM ticket. Owino chose to be the running mate and shelved hos ambition's.
Owino however returned back to the service and is currently serving as director Kenya National Focal Point on Small Arms ans Light Weapon's.
The nature of Owino's notice is to give an explanation on failure to observe political neutrality as a a public officer. The EACC body also sent notices to some other government official's, big names include; HELB CEO Charles Ringera, NHIF PRO Antony Simiyu, National museum's director Mzalendo Kibunja among other's.
Via Star e-paper
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