Some powerful government officials have lost millions of shillings to the state over the years following an intensified fight against corruption. RIGATHI GACHAGUA The latest powerful figure in Kenya to lose his millions to the state is the Mathira Member of Parliament and Kenya Kwanza presidential running mate, Rigathi Gachagua.
The information about Aror & Kimwarer trial that comprised former CS Treasury Mr Henry Rotich, who is prosecuted alongside other officeholders from the body was submitted to court again on 18 March 2022. The hearing was put to gather decisions and assurance about the accused. The delegation is charged on various counts of conspiracy, comprising fraud and misuse of office, which seam brought about the loss of a lot of cash connected to the Aror and Kimwarer dam projects that were set to be constructed diligently in the region.
The news about Arror & Kimwarer case that involved former CS Treasury Mr Henry Rotich, who is charged alongside others other officials from the body was presented to court again today on 18 March. The hearing was set to gather verdict and certainty about the accused. The group is charged on several counts of corruption, including conspiracy and abuse of office, which layer resulted in to the loss of a lot of money related to the Arror and Kimwarer dam projects that was set to be built diligently in the country.
DP Ruto's running mate and outgoing Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua has announced his next step after the high court ruled that he returns 202 million he illegally acquired from government.This was a case involving him and the recovery agency. Rigathi through his official Twitter handle explained his predicaments before justice Esther Maina.He has said that the judgement did not come as a surprise to him and his lawyers since the judge was biased against him from the word go and the whole process was a sham trial.
The High Court has directed the freezing of Kenyan who sneaked into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport from Burundi with Ksh 238 million. The Assets Recovery Agency has been ordered by Justice Esther Maina to keep the assets waiting court determination. According to the Judge ARA keeps the funds for a period of 90 days.
After being convicted with 6 counts of embezzlement against team Kenya during the Brazil Olympics and Failing to raise Ksh115 Million fine, Former National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK) official Stephen Soi has received another blow after the courts declined his plea to be released on bail in an attempt to seek medical attention.