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In pictures: CS Rotich and other State officials at Milimani Law Courts

NAIROBI
By Standard Team | July 23rd 2019
CS Henry Rotich and other State Officials at Milimani Law Courts. (Collins Kweyu, Standard)

Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich, Permanent Secretary Kamau Thugge and other senior Government officials who were arrested yesterday among officials set to be arraigned today.

The officials will appear in court today to answer to charges. (Collins Kweyu, Standard)

The Treasury CS Henry Rotich presented himself to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations yesterday hours after Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji ordered his arrest.

(Photo: Collins Kweyu, Standard)

The arrest of the top State officials over the multi-billion shilling Kimwarer and Arror dams’ scandal was a result of an elaborate probe that saw Kenya enlist the help of Italy, UK and Dubai. 

A total 28 officials and entities are set to be charged at Milimani Law Courts today.

(Collins Kweyu, Standard)

Their Principal Secretaries, top Treasury officials, those from Kerio Valley Development Authority (KVDA), Kenya Forest Service and several Government agencies also recorded statements over the matter.

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