Why Goldenberg cases failed
09 December 2011, 10:03
Nairobi - Fatuma Sichale, who worked with the defunct Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission(KACC), on Thursday told the panel interviewing applicants for the position of Court of Appeal judges that as they begun investigating the Goldenberg case, it became clear that all the necessary evidence relating to the case had been destroyed.
In her statement to the Willy Mutunga-led panel, Sichale added that “In fact there was evidence that a governor oversaw the destruction of the documentary evidence in a forest,” which made it difficult for the commission to prosecute the case.
Sichale went on to add that the commission was barred from completing investigations into the Anglo-Leasing scandal, involving the procurement of security passports and equipment.
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