Inside the list of Kenya's graft shame

Energy Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir is alleged to be perpetrating corruption in the Ministry’s tenders and procurement process.
The Ethic and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) report tabled in Parliament Tuesday shed light on the accusations facing top Government officials.

Suspended Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture Felix Koskei now knows the accusations facing him after the list was unveiled and graft cases listed.

According to the report, it is alleged that Koskei allocated permits to some business people to import sugar without going through open tendering and against the procurement laws of Kenya and the policy under COMESA rules.

Koskei also faces allegations of conflict of interest, abuse of office and intimidation.

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Also from the report, it is said that Koskei under unclear circumstances rented Government land Kenya Veterinary Vaccines Production Institute at Tigoni and has ploughed 100 acres where he has planted potatoes, an undertaking being managed by his PA MR. Kigen.

Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu

Information alleging that she , in collusion with Mr Evason Waitiki owner of Waitiki farm in Likoni, inflated the actual market price for the land by Sh110 million.

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Transport Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau

He is alleged to have inflated the Standard Gauge Railway consultancy fees involving billions of shillings through APEC firm.

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Energy Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir is alleged to be perpetrating corruption in the Ministry’s tenders and procurement process. He is accused of working to ensure that corrupt deals in the energy sector are successfully executed.

Ministry of Labour’s Kazungu Kambi is allegedly involved in corruption deals at NSSF which falls under his docket. Kambi has come out strongly in support of the NSSF Tassis II project despite clear indications that the Board of Trustees did not approve the project’s revised cost estimate of Sh5053 billion from Sh3.304 billion as required by procurement laws and that the alleged approval by way of email circulation was improper and irregular.

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