EACC to quiz 15 Meru reps over assembly fracas
SEE ALSO :Meru nominated MCA diesSome MCAs described Kanini as a project fronted by the county’s executive. As a result the EACC Chief Executive Officer Twalib Mbarak has summoned the county assembly legislators to record statements on what transpired that day in a schedule released by the commission. The letter dated June 7, was addressed to the clerk of the assembly Justus Kiambi Ariithi and copied to Speaker Joseph Kaberia. It asks the MCAs to shed light on the matter. The letter explained that the commission was probing the matter pursuant to its constitutional mandate set out under Article 252 and Section 11 of the EACC Act 2011, and Section 37 of the Leadership and Integrity Act 2012. When contacted, Mr Mbarak said the MCAs would give their statements in an exercise that would last two days - Wednesday and Thursday.
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