EACC wants police barred from investigating corruption cases
SEE ALSO :EACC: Integrity House was undervalued“In every integrity survey that is done, the police department is always at the top in corruption and this means that they cannot be trusted to fight graft,” said Ms Lepuchirit in Naivasha yesterday. The commissioner said EACC was investigating a leading bank after Sh333 million, suspected to be proceeds of fraud, was withdrawn in unclear circumstances. “Millions of shillings are being withdrawn at the flick of a pen and the banks have failed to raise the red flag, adversely affecting the fight against corruption,” she said. Lepuchirit supported Chief Justice David Maraga's initiative to set up special courts to deal with corruption cases.
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