Sirisia constituency member of Parliament Hon John Waluke was one of the leaders who attended the burial of veteran Journalist Catherine Kasavuli in Vihiga county on Saturday 14th, January 2023. When he was given a chance to speak, the Sirisia lawmaker thanked the Luyha nation and all Kenyans for praying for him during the time he was in jail.
Catherine Kasavuli is being laid to rest today. Roots party of Kenya party leader and former presidential candidate George Wajackoyah has launched a scathing political attack on president William Ruto during the funeral ceremony of celebrated journalist Catherine Kasavuli. In a statement that leaved mourners in stitches, Wajackoyah sarcastically said that president William Ruto has done very well for the Western Kenya region by allegedly ensuring that as other people were being let free, Sirisia MP John Waluke was forgotten.
Sirisia member of parliament Hon John Waluke has reacted through his official facebook page after he issued over 300 chickens to a group. "I issued to the group over 300 chickens. This will happen to all the remaining clusters across the constituency". Said Hon. John Waluke Sirisia MP.
For a period of time now, John Waluke has been having sleepless nights because of the heavy corruption case that has been hanging on his head. The bad thing is that he was handed a long term jail sentence, something that he has been fighting to escape but all in vain.
Sirisia member of parliament Hon John Waluke is still being faced with troubles despite being released last week on bail with co-director Judy Wakhungu pending the determination of their appeal. A report covered by the Tuesday 20th Standard publication now alleges that Ethics and Anti-Corruption Unit has acquired a new evidence from South Africa which is set to back the case against Waluke with judges Hannah Okwengu, John Mativo and Weldon Korir open to receive it.
Troubled Sirisia MP John Waluke and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu could be in more trouble after the latest court ruling regarding their ongoing case. The two are accused of fraudulently acquiring Sh564 million from the NCPD via a maize deal, a case that has seen them spend time in and out of jail.
Sirisia member of Parliament honourable John Waluke's troubles have increased following the introduction of new evidence against him and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu. Court of appeal judges Hanna Okwengu, John mativo and Weldon Korir have allowed the ethics and anti-corruption commission to present fresh evidence against a company owned by the two.
Sirisia constituency member of the national assembly Hon John Waluke and his fellow accused person Wakhungu face tough times over the now infamous national cereals and produce board (NCPB) scandal that saw taxpayers lose hundreds of millions of shillings. The case has seen Waluke serve two stints in prison together with Wakhungu who stand accused of defrauding the kenyan taxpayers of millions through what is suspected to be a fraudulent maize importation deal.
Photo Courtesy Sirisia member of parliament John Waluke is far from reprieve in appealing his sentencing in corruption mega case facing him. The Jubilee legislator is fighting an appeal of 67 years prison sentence over allegations of corruption. Sirisia who was accused of embezzling Ksh. 564 million from the National Cereals and Produce Board, a case in which he was found guilty and sentenced to 67 years imprisonment or a Ksh One billion fine.
Days after Sirisia member of parliament honourable John Waluke asked President Ruto to defend him, seems it is not over for him yet. This is after Court of Appeal allowed EACC to give new submissions in the case between him and Grace Wakhungu. In the new evidence, as People Daily reports, the two allegedly forged documents to to defraud National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) Sh 564 million.
It appears that Honorable John Waluke, a member of the Siria parliament, is still facing challenges days after asking President Ruto to stand up for him. In the case involving him and Grace Wakhungu, the Court of Appeal had already permitted EACC to make fresh arguments.
Sirisia MP Hon John Waluke and businesswoman Grace Wakhungu have suffered a major blow after the High of appeal allowed the Ethics and Anti corruption Commission (ECCC) to introduce new evidence against them. Last week the Sirisia member of parliament Hon John Waluke pleaded with the fifth president of the republic of Kenya Dr. William Ruto to help him come out of this case.
A full-fledged political crisis between Azimio la Umoja and the United Democratic Alliance resulted from the altercation between Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua (UDA). A group of Azimio lawmakers from Western Kenya blasted the second-in-command for abusing his power by trying to micromanage the Nairobi county government.
Barely weeks after being released from prison on Ksh 10 million cash bail, Sirisia member of parliament John Waluke has suffered yet another blow following the move by three high court judges to allow Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) to present new evidence against him and his partner Grace Wakhungu.
Photo: Courtesy Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke and his partner in crime Grace Wakhungu have more questions to answer before the court. This is after the judges of the Court of Appeal allowed Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) to introduce more evidence in their case.
Vocal western legislators have ganged up, criticising the government for neglecting Mulembe Nation in major government protects and appointments. Courtesy Via a press conference held on Tuesday, December 27, MPs led by Sirisia MP cum Chairman John Waluke disapproved the East Africa Legislative Assembly, Principal Secretary and Cabinet Secretary appointments made by the Kenya Kwanza administration.
The severity of the corruption case against Sirisia member of parliament John Waluke is likely to be upheld on appeal, notwithstanding his plea. A 67-year prison term for corruption was given to the Jubilee politician, who is appealing. Sirisia was convicted of theft after being charged with stealing Ksh 564 million from the National Cereals and Produce Board.
A full-fledged political crisis between Azimio la Umoja and the United Democratic Alliance resulted from the altercation between Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua (UDA). The second in charge was criticized by a group of Azimio parliamentarians from Western Kenya for exceeding his authority by seeking to micromanage the Nairobi county government.
Sirisia member of parliament Hon John Waluke could be in more trouble after the court of appeals allowed fresh Evidence in the sh 566 million civil dispute which means that he might be nailing himself closer to jail. The appellate Judges Hannah Okwengu John Mativo and Weldon Korir said the Ethic and Anti Corruption Commission is justified to produce the new evidence acquired from South Africa to back the case Against John Waluke and his company Erad supplies limited.
John Waluke, a Sirisia member of parliament who was recently released from jail on Ksh 10 million cash bail, has suffered yet another setback as a result of the decision by three high court judges to permit the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) to present new evidence against him and his partner Grace Wakhungu.