Photo Courtesy; DCI officers in a past action.
Directorate of Criminal Investigations took charge together with the Kenya Revenue Authority today as they oversaw the reopening of alcohol plant that was closed during the tenure of ex President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Today the two bodies oversaw the handing over of the Africa Spirit Limited to the owners. KRA has revealed that they will facilitate the reopening and operation of the plant.
"In collaboration with other investigative agencies, KRA has today overseen the handing over of the Africa Spirit Limited by DCI to the owners. The Authority will facilitate the reopening and operation of the plant." KRA said.
The firm is associated with Humphrey Kariuki who was recently appointed by President William Ruto to the National Investment Council.
The firm was closed over tax evasion claims and it was reported that the company owed the state in remittance tax valued at Sh41 billion. Humphrey Kariuki had denied the charges.
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