Anti- corruption executive magistrate Elizabeth Juma has on Wednesday found former Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario guilty of abusing his office. The Former Cabinet Secretary was accused of abusing his office during the 2016 Olympic games in Rio De Janeiro when their was loss of public funds. Magistrate Elizabeth Juma has said that Wario took advantage of his power and office and decided to add three more individuals who were to travel with the team to the Olympic games and had them pay allowances yet the power he had did not allow him to do so.
The judiciary in Kenya has shown efforts in fight against graft in the last few years. This is after the complaints from the public on how corruption cases are handled. Senior magistrate Elizabeth Juma has sentenced a former cabinet secretary in the government of president Uhuru Kenyatta for a jail term of six years.
The exiled Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna has finally spoken about the court’s rule on Hassan Wario’s corruption case which was finally made on September 2021-09-16. The vocal lawyer who was voicing his concern about the ruling through his official twitter handle seemed to have been on sharp disagreement with the court’s verdict.
Former Sports Cabinet Secretary, Hassan Wario, has been sentenced to a six-year jail term after he was found guilty of abuse of office. Magistrate Elizabeth Juma, while sentencing the former CS, Thursday, September 16, noted that Wario and his co-accused used their positions in contradiction of the law.
The former sports cabinet secretary Hassan Wario, has been sentenced to six years in prison or alternatively to pay a fine of three million and six hundred thousand kenyan shillings after being found guilty of corruption, misappropriation of funds and abuse of office during the 2016 Olympics that happened in Rio.
Former sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario has managed to raise Ksh 3.6 million securing himself from being jailed. This comes hours after the court ordered him to pay the amount failure to which he would face a six year long jail term over the Rio Olympics scandal. ''Ex-Sports CS Hassan Wario evades a six-year jail term after paying Sh3.6m fine ordered by court over the Rio Olympics scandal"https://t.co/6MaHtFPK6z
According to the report, former Sports Cabinet Secretary, Hassan Wario, has been sentenced to a six year jail term. This comes after he was found guilty of abuse of his office. The Magistrate Elizabeth Juma, on Thursday, 16th September, said that Wario and his co-accused used their positions opposite to the requirements of the law.
Former sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario has been sentenced to 6 years imprisonment or a fine of 3.6 million after he was found guilty of Rio 2016 Olympic Scandal. According to the readings by Magistrate Elizabeth Juma, the former Cabinet Secretary and his co-accused misused their position in power which was against the law.
Ex-Sports CS Hassan Wario sentenced to 6 years in prison or pay a fine of KSh. 3.6M. The ex Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario was yesterday found guilty of abuse of office, and embellishment of public funds during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. Ex Nock official Stephen Soi was also found guilty for refusing to follow the applicable procedures and protocols relating to handling of public funds alongside the abuse of office.
Former Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario has been jailed for six years after he was found guilty of abuse of office. The former Cabinet Secretary was sentenced by Magistrate Elizabeth Juma on Thursday, September 16, 2021. Wario together with his co accused were found guilty of using their powerful positions in the government to contradict the law.
Kenya has been faced by a very high corruption growth rate. Currently the government has been striving to fight and eradicate corruption. Today a former Cabinet Secretary in the Uhuru has been sentenced in court for a jail term of six years or pay a fine of 6.3 Millions.
Former Sport Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario was Thursday sentenced to six years jail should he fail to pay ksh 3.6 million fine. Moments after court's ruling, Wario was freed after he paid the said amount. In a video which has continued to attract mixed reactions, he is seen being escorted by a group of people beloved to be his close friends and relatives to his black land cruiser after he was released.
Finally, it has come true and clear today on how the funds were lost during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. This has been discovered after the former sports CS, Hassan Wario found guilty of abusing his office, that led to loss of public funds during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Previous Sports CS Hassan Wario has been seen as blameworthy of mishandling his office, that prompted loss of public assets during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. He was additionally seen as liable of obstinately neglecting to conform to appropriate strategies and rules identifying with the board of public assets.
Hassan Gurach Wario Arero is a Kenyan anthropologist, politician and diplomat, who has been Kenyan Ambassador to Austria since 2018. He was Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Culture and the Arts of Kenya from 2013 to 2018. Hassan wario was born on 24 November 1970. The fifty years old man hails from the Borana community.
Today, Thursday 16th September former Cabinet Secretary of Sports Hassan Wario has been sentenced to a six year jail term in prison. This is after he was found guilty of abusing office while he was the cabinet secretary. The judge who passed this judgement, Lady Justice Elizabeth Juma noted that former CS Wario together with those he was accused with used their positions in office in contradiction with the law and in a manner that is illegal.
He was fined Ksh.3.6 million by a Nairobi court for his role in the 2016 Rio Olympics' corruption and misappropriation of funds. Hassan Wario was the former Sports Cabinet Secretary. If the former Cabinet Secretary does not pay the fine, he faces up to six years in prison.
Embattled former Cabinet Secretary in charge of Sports Hassan Wario has finally been sentenced over the embezzlement of funds and graft during the Olympics games that were held in Rio. Hassan Wario and ex-National Olympic Committee of Kenya official Stephen Soi were on Wednesday found guilty of corruption and abuse office in connection with the Rio 2016 Olympics scandal.
Ex Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario and former National Olympic Committee of Kenya (Nock) official Stephen Soi were Wednesday found guilty of corruption alongside abuse office linked with the Rio 2016 Olympics scandal. Their accomplices, ex Principal Secretary Richard Ekai, Haron Komen, Francis Paul and Patrick Kimathi Nkabu, were freed by trial magistrate Elizabeth Juma.
Ex-sports cabinet secretary Hassan Wario and ex-NOCK president Stephen Soi were convicted of corruption and official misconduct in connection with the 2016 Rio Olympics financial scandal. This is why it is so important to be aware of what is going on in the world around you, and how you can protect yourself from being taken advantage of by someone who has power over you.