in

DPP Orders For The Arrest Of 6 Kenya School Of Law Employees Involved In Sh198.4 Million Scam

Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji on Tuesday ordered for the arrest of 6 Kenya School of Law (KSL) staffers and 5 others for receiving Sh198,441,030 for goods and services not rendered.

The six KSL employees are; Prof Morris Kiwinda (Deputy director/ CEO KSL), Amos Kabura (Assistant director Finance and Administration), Frank Were (Finance manager), Hudson Ligwado (Accountant), Achiro Gondi (Assistant accountant), and Ephrain Thuku (Assistant accountant).

The five are proprietors of companies that received the huge amounts of money.

The companies are Ademwa Enterprises, Alfranc Investments,  Deskench Investments,  Firmline Company,  Frigoya Investments and Ngoya Cosmetics.

They are owned by some of the KSL employees and accused persons; Paul Lovi, Fridah Ngoya, Francis Lwegado, Alfred Lwigado, Dennis Achiro and Kenneth Ochieng.

According to Haji, the fraud case was first presented to him on May 17, 2019 but found some gaps forcing him to send it back to the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC) for further scrutiny.

The file was again submitted on 13 December, 2019 but the findings still not satisfactory.

On June 9, the DPP said, the file was resubmitted and is satisfied with the report brought forward.

Therefore, he said, the 11 persons will face various charges under the Anti-corruption and Economic Crimes Act, 2003.

The crimes, the DPP averred, were perpetrated by bank signatories to the KSL accounts.

They also happened to be senior employees at the school of Law, Finance department.

Email your news TIPS to news@kahawatungu.com or WhatsApp +254708677607. You can also find us on Telegram through www.t.me/kahawatungu

Written by Eva Nyambura

Content creator at Kahawatungu.com | Passionate about telling the untold story. Lover of life, music and technology. Simplicity is KEY

Email: news@kahawatungu.com

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Why Kenyans on Social Media Refer to President Uhuru Kenyatta as “Jayden”

AFC Leopards Set To Open Merchandise Shop