Sirisia constituency member of the national assembly Hon John Waluke and his fellow accused person Wakhungu face tough times over the now infamous national cereals and produce board (NCPB) scandal that saw taxpayers lose hundreds of millions of shillings.
The case has seen Waluke serve two stints in prison together with Wakhungu who stand accused of defrauding the kenyan taxpayers of millions through what is suspected to be a fraudulent maize importation deal.
And now, the south african government has confirmed to the ethics and anti corruption commission that the invoices that Waluke and Wakhungu claim to have used to import the maize into the country is fake.
Consequently, a three judge High Court bench consisting Hannah Okwengu, John Mativo and Weldon Korir has ruled that the EACC should be given room to introduce the freshly acquired evidence from South Africa, a development that Waluke was opposed against.
This now means that Waluke will have something extra to worry about having spent several years fighting against the reintroduction of the evidence from the south african government.
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