Former Chief Finance Officer Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison Along with 3 Colleagues For Corruption
Four former top County Officials of Nairobi County government have been Sentenced to 3O years in jail by the Anti - Corruption Commission for Fraud of ksh. 18 Million. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the suspects who were Sentenced by judge Esther Maina were ordered to pay a total of Ksh.
JUST IN: Former Senior Nairobi County Government Finance Officer Fined 10 Million or Serve 3 Years
Incidents of corruption in the country have crippled the capability of the government to deliver better services to the people across the board because of the money that is stolen on a daily basis. Many Kenyans have complained of this vice that has seemed to cripple the workings of the county and the national government in the past.
The Huge Amount In Millions Frozen By Milimani Court Of Nairobi County Employees Earning 85k & 55k
Nairobi County under the leadership of Johnstone Sakaja is grappling with cases of employees who are earning an average amount of money but rich in millions who which cannot be accounted for. This has been the case for two County employees who are currently under investigation by the ethics and anti-corruption commission.
Four Former Employees of Nairobi County Handed a Total of 30 Years in Jail Over 18 Million Tender
The acquittal of four senior Nairobi county officials during Govenor Evans Kidero's era by a magistrate's court in 2018 has turned out to be short-lived after the High Court overturned the decision following a successful appeal lodged by EACC. The four include former chief finance officer at City Hall Jimmy Kiamba, former county secretary Lilian Ndegwa, former senior secretary in the department of finance Regina Chepkemboi Rotich and former head of treasury, Stephen Ogaga Osiro.
Former City Finance Officer Staring Jail Term
Corruption has become a malignant setback to the growth of the economy. President Uhuru jas stepped up the war on graft, but still, Kenya is not free from the war against malignant disease. Jimmy Kiamba a former Nairobi finance officer is facing a jail term after a high court in Nairobi overturned a magistrate court decision to acquit Mr Jimmy over an 18 million graft case.