Graft team to investigate major scandals
15 August 2013, 11:33
Nairobi - As the new chairman of the anti-graft body takes office, the election kits scandal and the KES 4.2 billion free education scam are among the first cases that will be audited.
Daily Nation reports that the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission under Mumo Matemu also intends to probe the KES 1.2 billion National Hospital Insurance Fund fraud, the Nairobi cemetery scandal involving KES 283 million, and the KES 1.2 billion Tokyo embassy deal.
Matemu, who was sworn into office by Chief Justice Willy Mutunga last week, will be working with two other commissioners, Prof. Ruth Onsongo and Irene Keino who joined the agency late last year.
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