Identity Of Official Found With Unexplainable Ksh 278 Million after Being Appointed By Ruto Revealed
A court has allowed Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission to freeze the accounts of newly appointed KEBs official. In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that the suspect who has been identified as Jeremiah Kinyua was found with Unexplainable Ksh 278 million. According to the reports given by the office of the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission, it has been reported that the suspect failed to explain how he Aquired the Money. This is happening at the
Former KRA Employee Joseph Gikonyo Found with Unexplainable Ksh. 615 Million, EACC Speaks
The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission has confirmed the ongoing case of former employee of the Kenya Revenue Authority who was found with Unexplainable Ksh. 615 million. In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that the suspect who has been identified as Joseph Chege Gikonyo and 2 others failed to explain how they acquired the money.
Homabay County Assembly Clerk Arrested After Paying Ksh. 12 Million Salary to Female Ghost Worker
The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission has confirmed the arrest of a man who allegedly paid Ksh 12 Million to a female ghost worker. In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that the suspect who has been identified as Bob Kephas Otieno was arrested by police after it was revealed that he paid amount to a worker who was never seen at work.
JUTS IN: All Kenyans Must Have a National ID to Access the Following Service, Government Declares
Photo Courtesy of Kenya's Head of State His Excellency Dr William Samoei Ruto and a sample of a national identity card. The Kenyan Government has today broken its silence with an evening powerful message to all Kenyan citizens inhabiting distinguished local and regional destinations. Addressing via Huduma Kenya today the 23rd of May 2023, the Kenyan Government has made it mandatory for all Kenyan citizens to have a national identity card in order to access Ethics and Anti-Corruption Clearance Commission service.
Procurement Officer Found With Unexplainable Properties Worth Ksh. 537 Million, EACC officers Speak
A procurement officer in Nairobi has been put on the spot by officers from the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission over Ksh. 537 million he acquired illegally. In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that the suspect who works in the County of Nairobi could not explain how he made such money.
List Of Property Owned By The Millionaire County Employee Who Earns Ksh 21000 As EACC Acts
The ethics and anti-corruption commission has frozen the accounts of a Nairobi county employee for allegedly acquiring wealth through corrupt means. According to reports by the media, Michael Auka Ajwang could not explain how he acquired wealth worth KSH 537 Million within a period of eight years. For failing to explain how he acquired the property Which include a Three star hotel in kisumu, ten vehicles and pieces of land within the Nyanza region, Ajwanga risks losing the wealth to the state.
Former Cabinet Minister in Trouble After Grabbing Land in Nairobi Worth Millions of Shillings
Incidents of land grabbing being reported in the country have been on the rise with the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission moving in with haste to being the culprits to book. The government, through this organ, as well as the Assets Recovery Authority, has been able to reign down on the syndicates and individuals implicated in these scams and bring them to justice.
It's the End of This Week or Straight to EACC — Oduol Fires Latest Salvo at Orengo
Siaya County Deputy Governor Dr. William Oduol Denge on Tuesday took the fallout with his boss James Orengo a notch higher by promising to move to the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC) with evidence of theft of funds if the Assembly will not have acted by the end of this week.
What Happened to City Hall Staff With 20K Monthly Salary With Unexplainable Assets Worth Millions
The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission is currently investigating an incident where a City Hall Staff is reported to have been found with assets worth millions despite the fact he allegedly earns Ksh. 21k a month. In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the suspect who has been identified as Michael Ajwang was allegedly found possessing several high End vehicles and hotels among other things.
JUST IN: Ruto Sends Stern Warning To All Cabinet & State Official's After Noticing What's Happening
As President Ruto delivers a stern warning to his Cabinet and state officials, it is clear that his administration is determined to tackle corruption head-on. The President's strong stance on this issue is an indication that he will not compromise on accountability, transparency, and good governance.
State Official on The Spot, Set To Take Over Top Office Despite Being Involved in 16 Billion Scandal
( The Integrity Centre which host's the Ethic's and Anti Corruption Commission. Photo used for illustration ) A senior official of a lucrative parastatal if now on the radar, as it is now being rumoured that he might take over the reigns at the state institution.
Amos Kimunya, Ex Kiambu Governor Waititu Corruption Cases to be Heard the Same Day
Photo Courtesy; Ex Majority Leader in the National Assembly Amos Kimunya. Former Kipipiri MP and former Majority Leader in the last parliament Amos Kimunya and who was a close ally of ex President Uhuru Kenyatta and his pointman in the legislative arm of the government will be brought before the court to answer over alleged abuse of office and fraudulent disposal of public property.
Mombasa Businessman Surrenders Sh18m Land to State in an Unbelievable Turn of Events
A Sh18 million piece of land that was allegedly taken from Tom Mboya Avenue in Mombasa County by a businessman from Mombasa has been turned over. Harith Swaleh surrendered the about 0.099-acre plot of land to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission. The EACC determined through its investigations that the land was fraudulently assigned on or around November 12, 1997, by the Commissioner of Lands at the time.
Just In: Miguna Pledges to Support Housing Fund On This One Condition
Lawyer Miguna Miguna has outlined the sole condition that would lead to his support for the government's proposal to introduce the mandatory Housing levy. In his statement, Miguna emphasized that he would back the initiative only if strict ethical practices are adhered to, ensuring that no funds are misappropriated or stolen for the project.
Ruto Vows To Deal With Corruption Issues
In a strong statement, President William Ruto has declared his unwavering commitment to tackling corruption head-on. He emphasized that no individual, regardless of their personal relationship or status, will be exempt from the fight against graft. This declaration sends a powerful message that the president is determined to root out corruption and restore integrity to the country.
EACC Summons SDA Officials over Alleged Land Grabbing in Homa Bay.
EACC Summons SDA Officials over Alleged Land Grabbing in Homa Bay The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has taken decisive action in response to allegations of land grabbing in Homa Bay County. The commission has summoned officials from the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church to answer questions regarding their involvement in the alleged misappropriation of public land.
Honourable Geoffrey Iruku's Controversial Bill Before Parliament
Geoffrey Kariuki Iruku, the Member of Parliament for Mbeere North, has introduced a bill in the Kenyan Parliament that aims to shield political leaders from prosecution for misusing public funds and engaging in unlawful practices during tender processes. The bill, currently under review in the National Assembly, seeks to amend the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crime Act of 2003, specifically targeting the criminalization of irregularities in procurements procedures.
NEWS JUST IN :EACC Takes Action After Pres Ruto Fired Entire KEMSA Board Over Net Scandal
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has launched investigations into alleged irregularities in award of a tender for the procurement of anti-mosquito nets at KEMSA. Detectives from the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission body on Monday obtained from KEMSA offices documents and other evidentiary material required for the investigation.
Women Pay Higher Bribes Than Men, Anti-Corruption Body Reveals
EACC Chairperson Bishop Eliud Wabukala The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission had released it yearly report on the corruptionanf ethics situation in the country.The report is out to paint the corrupt levels that has been witnessed in the country in a survey as of 2021.The report also serves as an important tool that will be used by the EACC in doing its mandate of fighting corruption effectively.
Saints and Dragons in The African Church - A Multifaceted Approach The Solution to The Controversy ?
Saints and Dragons can be considered as symbolic language or metaphors, it is possible to explore the idea metaphorically. In this sense, "saints" can represent individuals who exemplify strong faith, righteousness, and virtuous lives within African church. On the other hand, the term "dragons" in the context of the church is often used metaphorically to represent destructive or harmful elements within African churches.