Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : Corruption

PS granted order halting graft case

Daily Nation pg 6
Wednesday, 13 Mar 2013

Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Thuita Mwangi on Tuesday obtained a court order shielding him from answering to abuse of office charges. Mr Mwangi is charged with abuse of office in the purchase of property for the Kenyan emba

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EACC probes ex-housing boss over Sh870m fraud

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Tuesday, 15 Jan 2013

Former National Housing Corporation (NHC) Managing Director James Ruitha is under investigation over a land transaction worth Sh870 million. The transaction involves acquisition of a parcel of land in Kitengela on behalf of the pa

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Kenya repays stolen free education cash

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Saturday, 12 Jan 2013

Kenya has fully refunded the British government the Sh7 billion funding misappropriated under the free education scheme. The global Permanent Secretary of the Britain Department for International Development (DFID) Mark Lowcock to

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Unresolved graft scandals new regime will inherit from Kibaki’s tenure after polls

Daily Nation pg 2
Saturday, 15 Dec 2012

President Kibaki’s 10-year tenure in office is set to leave behind a litany of corruption cases, which could have led to the loss of billions of shillings in tax-payers’ money. Investigations into the cases are ongoing

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Okemo, Gichuru case for January

The Star Pg 4
Friday, 14 Dec 2012

A Nairobi court will next month issue a ruling that may make way for the hearing of the extradition request against two Kenyans wanted in Jersey Island to face fraud charges. The Director of Public Prosecution Keriako Tobiko is pu

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Failure to take oath haunts anti-graft body official

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Monday, 10 Dec 2012

On September 5, last year, Parliament enacted a law to establish a new body to fight corruption. Under Section 3 of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) Act (2011), the body was established to take over from Kenya Anti

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Anti-graft Watchdog Releases Vetting rules

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Thursday, 06 Dec 2012

Presidential aspirants and their running mates may miss out on their coveted positions if they are found to have previously broken the law, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has said. Candidates who are found to hav

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Aspirants have to pass integrity test – EACC

The Star Pg 2
Thursday, 06 Dec 2012

Aspirants should fill and submit commissioned self-declaration forms to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission by Friday 21. This is a requirement under section 13(2) and 55 of the Leadership and Integrity Act, 2012. Speaking a

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