EACC summoned me because I was hardworking, claims Kambi
13 April 2015, 10:19
Nairobi - Suspended Labour Cabinet Secretary, Kazungu Kambi was on Friday quizzed by anti graft officials for close to 10 hours over corruption allegations at National Social Security Fund (NSSF).
Kambi arrived at the at Ethics and Anti- Corruption Commission (EACC) headquarters in Nairobi at 6:30am and left at a few minutes to 4pm.
The former CS declined to tell journalists who were camped outside the anti-corruption headquarters what transpired.
“We had a tea break and a lunch break. EACC officials are good people and I think I should be coming here more often,” said Kambi.
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“They summoned me here because I was a hardworking cabinet secretary,” said Kambi, as he jumped into a waiting GK Vehicle leaving the journalists in shock.
Kambi is among the five cabinet secretaries who were forced to resign late last month after being named in a confidential corruption report by Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission.
Others who resigned are Michael Kamau (Transport), Davis Chirchir (Energy and Petroleum), Charity Ngilu (Lands) and Felix Koskei (Agriculture).
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