Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : Corruption

Swiss hand over Anglo Leasing affair evidence

Daily Nation, pg 8
Saturday, 22 Sep 2012

Investigations into the Anglo Leasing scandal got a major boost after Switzerland handed over the second and final batch of evidence. A Swiss lawyer representing Kenya’s interests on Thursday received banking records and oth

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CDF account frozen over unfair allocation

Standard Pg 12
Monday, 17 Sep 2012

The High Court has frozen the accounts of Molo Constituency Development Fund (CDF) following an application by a civic leader.The petitioner claims there is discrimination in the allocation of funds with one area being favoured. H

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Goldenberg Scandal still a Mystery Decade later

Standard Pg 11
Tuesday, 11 Sep 2012

Goldenberg and Triton cases are still major scandals that have remained unresolved by the Judiciary. The two scams that stole headlines in both local and international newspapers are to date pending before the court even after a N

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Ex-PS, former KTB MD sent to jail

Standard Pg 1 & 10
Tuesday, 11 Sep 2012

The reality of a reformed Judiciary that treats high-profile criminals same way it would common offenders was felt across the country as three former high-ranking State officials were sent to jail. Ms Rebecca Nabutola, former Tour

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City Hall Pays sh36million for air Supply

The Star, Pg 9
Thursday, 06 Sep 2012

A day after town clerk Roba Duba resigned to pursue political interests it has been revealed that Cash strapped City hall is at the centre of controversy once again, with glaring revelations that millions of shillings were paid ou

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Former PS fined sh3m for Abusing Office

Starndard Pg 11
Thursday, 06 Sep 2012

The only officer found guilty in Anglo leasing was convicted of three counts and given three years in jail or a fine. The former Permanent secretary for Home Affairs Sylvester Mwaliko was the only one found guilty of abusing offic

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Kimunya and Ndung’u survive house censure

Starndard Pg 1 & 7
Wednesday, 05 Sep 2012

Transport minister Amos Kimunya and Central Bank Governor Njuguna Ndungu survived censure in the house after MPs threw out a report indicting the two over a sh1.8Billion loss in a controversial money printing contract. The auditor

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What next for Goldenberg Scandal Trials

Daily Nation, Pg 9
Sunday, 02 Sep 2012

A prime suspect in the infamous sh 5.8billion Goldenberg scandal Dr. Wilfred Koinange, brings to an end one of the longest trials of a civil servant in Kenya. His death brings to three the number of suspects to die in four years.

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