Waititu And His Wife At Milimani Courts To Face Graft Charges

by Mahakamani News

Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu has Monday morning arrived at the Milimani Law Courts where he is expected to be charged over a Sh580 million irregular tender.

They two spent night in police custody alongside three other suspects—including two officials from the county accused of roles in the scandal.

Mr Waititu will be charged alongside his wife Susan Ndung’u and several other people following a recommendation by DPP Noordin Haji last Friday.

Waititu Arriving In Court

The DPP exonerated Waititu’s daughter Monica Njeri, a co-director in the family’s company, saying she was not aware of its dealings.

“Upon review, we find that she was a sleeping director and not active in the affairs of the company,” Haji said. EACC had wanted her prosecuted alongside her parents.

Waititu’s Wife , Susan Wairimu Arriving In Court

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has been investigating allegations of irregular procurement of a tender for the upgrading of various gravel roads to bituminous surface in Kiambu County.

The tender under investigations, worth Sh588 million, was awarded to M/s Testimony Enterprises Ltd during the 2017/2018 financial year.

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