Stay away from EACC offices, suspended officials told
31 March 2015, 13:50
Nairobi - The Ethics and Anti Corruption Commision EACC has told those implicated in graft reports to stay away from its offices until they are invited.
The EACC is in the process of investigating officials it has named in a graft report and those that have been suspended from office have flocked their Integrity Centre offices in Nairobi to ask for explanations into the allegations.
The EACC though, says that those coming to their offices unannounced are wasting their time and that of the EACC.
" We urge those named in the report to give us time to investigate and when needed, we will invite them to come over, the EACC said in a statement Tuesday.
On Monday, the suspended Agriculture CS Felix Koskei arrived at the EACC offices with an army of five lawyers but was sent away as the EACC was not ready for him.
21 other senior officials have also been suspended and close to 150 named in the anti- corruption report.
The EACC has been given 60 days by president Uhuru Kenyatta to probe the allegations and move forward either with prosecution or discharge the accused.
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