Kenya Power and Lighting Company staff workers have been accused of illegally selling tokens at a discounted price and thereby denting the financial situation in the company. It is now good news from Kenya Power and Lighting Company because the officials have launched investigation against such people. Those who are illegally selling the token are suspected to bank on popular platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Telegram and finally WhatsApp so that they can get more customers.
Another two traffic police cops were nabbed by Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC)officers extorting Kshs250 bribes from drivers at Kericho-Nakuru Road, Kericho County. The two officers, were identified as PC Victor Misula, service number 2345671 and Corporal Jared Vijuma service number 5467883. Police said the EACC officers were acting on a tip-off from three bodaboda operators who saw the duo detain and harrass drivers along the busy road.
At some instances, job seekers and graduates miss employment opportunities due to failure of having clearance certificates from government facilities such as HELB and CRB. Some jobs always require one to clear all the areas before being employed. This has left many Kenyans unemployed increasing the unemployment ratio in the Country.
Governor Anne Waiguru's future politics might be in a jeopardy following his recent remarks where he alleged some powerful leaders in government haunting him down for failure to subscribe to their will. On Saturday Governor Waiguru informed that the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission is now on her neck with another predetermined onslaught.
Teachers Risk To Be Sanctioned Teachers Risk To Be Sanctioned By EACC As TSC Sends This Crucial Message
Teachers risk to be sanctioned by Ethics And Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) as the Teachers Service Commission sends this crucial message again. This has come shortly after the ministry of education directed all the schools to break for half term on 19th November 2021 following the continuous unrest of students which has been witnessed in the recent days.
EACC Arrests Senior Officials of the County Government of Homa Bay Due to Alleged Misuse of Public Funds. Photo Courtesy. Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission have today launched an investigation into the embezzelement of funds in the County government of Homa Bay. The EACC whose mandate is to make sure that the public funds have not been mismanaged has released a statement detailing on how the officials allegedly misappropriated and mismanaged the county government's funds.
Corruption refers to the misuse of public power for one's own gain according to nongovernmental organisation and Transparency International. However, according to the latest report the failure to significantly control the rate of corruption in our nations is fuelling a crisis in democracy. The rate of development in Africa has been slowed by the level of corruption in our countries.
Fearless CJ Martha Koome Puts Judges On Notice, Calls Anti-corruption Audit Of The Judiciary By EACC
Fearless and no nonsense Chief Justice Martha Koome has put the Judges and the Judiciary at large on notice. This follows after she called on the EACC to undertake a comprehensive anti-corruption audit of the Judiciary in bid to restore public confidence and trust in the executive arm of Government.
A traffic police officer has agreed to give out Sh26 million linked to bribes received from matatu operators on Garissa Thika highway to the State. Jamal Bare Mohammed is a rider who used to patrol the highway, agreed to surrender the money in a bid to settle a case that has been pending in court since 2017.
A corrupt traffic police officer who was based at Garissa-Thika highway agreed to forfeit the Sh 26 million he had collected from matatu operators plying that route. In a deal with the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), Jamal Bare Mohammed, a rider who used to patrol the highway, agreed to surrender the money in a bid to settle a case that has been pending in court since 2017.
The senate wants Ethics and Anti-corruption commission to prove governor's ones inflated expenditure and services .Dr Hillary Barchok Bomet Governor faces senate on extravagances and luxurious use of funds in Bomet county.The county uses over 8million to furnish governor's office.The senate public accounts committee members belief and refill the misuse of tax payers money through unnecessary expenditures.Bomet county Governor explain to senators the extravagances , luxurious and high amount of funds used to furnish governor's office.The following was noted: Governor's front office 0.8M, Executive chair for PA 398k,serving table 0.5M.Moses Kajwang state that the governor's chair is six seator sofa set manufactured in dry mahogany timber fully aposted and sprung back in leather worth 755000.Dr Hillary Barchok tells the chair that procurement process is still questionable.The following was clearly seen: Governor's office/lounge ksh50M, landscaping governor's office ksh.24M.To make the governor staple in his office ,the executive furniture-ksh 8M that is equal to 12months packing fees according to audit books.The Senator Ledama Ole Kina states that if the Governor continues spending.
Moi University administration has dismissed allegations made by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, that it had employed "ghost workers", in the institution. Speaking to the Standard reporters on Sunday, September 12, the university Vice-Chancellor professor Isaac Kosgey confirmed to them that they had received the letter.
Renown Lawyer Donald Kipkorir has suggested that Turkana county governor Josephat Nanok should not continue to be paid his salary. According to the top lawyer, Nanok has been making frequent visits to the home of the deputy president William Ruto leaving his Turkana people suffering. He has metaphorically described him as an usher at the official residence of the Deputy President William Ruto which is in Karen, Nairobi.
A patrol traffic police officer operating along the busy Garissa - Thika highway has agreed to surrender Ksh26 million he allegedly acquired through bribery to the state. According to a report, members of the public raised concerns over the matter which prompted the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) to track and investigate him.
A Bill sponsored by Jubilee Party's nominated Senator, Farhiya Ali Haji, is seeking to make lifestyle audit mandatory for the President, Deputy President, and other state officers. The Lifestyle Audit Bill (Senate Bill No.36 of 2021) is also aiming at putting in place a legal framework for understanding lifestyle audits and grounds upon which they can be initiated and executed.
A Bill sponsored by Jubilee Party's nominated Senator, Farhiya Ali Haji, is seeking to make lifestyle audit compulsory for the President, Deputy President, and other state officials. The Lifestyle Audit Bill (Senate Bill No.36 of 2021) is likewise targeting setting up a legal framework for understanding lifestyle audits and grounds whereupon they can be started and executed.
President Uhuru Kenyatta Nominates New EACC Commissioners. President Uhuru Kenyatta has given the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission a sigh of relief after announcing the appointment of new commissioners to take over various leadership roles. The president had been given twenty-one names of individuals who had been shortlisted so that he might choose two members who are capable of carrying out the duties that await them at EACC.
The Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka has been summoned at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) headquarters. The former vice-president is expected at the Kiambu Road-based offices on Wednesday, August 25, over allegations that he illegaly aquired his Yatta Land. In January Kalonzo presented himself at the DCI over the same claims.
Officers from the anti-graft agency grilling Kirinyaga county Governor at the commission's offices in Nairobi. Kirinyaga Governor Ann waiguru has been arrested by Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) over suspected Sh52.8m pending bills. Governor Anne Waiguru arrived at the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters on Thursday morning.
The alleged arrest of Meru governor, Hon Kiraitu Murungi, his wife and children has elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans. This has caught the attention of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) which had to come out and deny that the governor was arrested. The EACC further confirmed that the document that was doing rounds on social media that the governor had been arrested over a Ksh 20 million scandal that had allegedly erupted in Meru county government was fake.