EACC Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission officers were arrested today for attempting to bribe an officer from the directorate of criminal investigation (DCI) in Nyeri County. According to a police report filed at Kiamachimbi Police Station (OB No 15/01/12/2021) John kinyua is said to have offered Kshs 200,000 cash money to the deputy sub-county criminal investigation officer Obed Mulunga as bribe.
The said money was in an attempt to prevent Kinyua from being taken to court over an ongoing case which the accused Mr. Kinyua was attempting to defraud his uncle, one Mr. James Muriuki, of a parcel of land located in Mathira West.
The police report reveals that on Wednesday 1st of December 2021 the accused walked into the station at around 3 pm and asked to speak to one officer by the name Mulunga on a camera.
This incident has made many Kenyans across the internet to question how the anti corruption officers were willing to bribe their way out.
President Uhuru kenyatta has been insisting on way against corruption.
Corruption in kenya is a common thing across all sector of the economy.
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