Wilson Gachanja was arrested for what reason? Charges Against an Ex-Lands Commissioner: We’d like to share some exciting news with you. The EACC has arrested three government employees for assisting private developers’ unlawful seizure of public land. This story recently surfaced on the internet, quickly becoming a subject of conversation on social media platforms. Many people are discussing about it, and they are eager to learn about the latest developments. They want to know everything about the news. Here we will also explore the matter and share it with you in this post, so let’s get started.
Wilson Gachanja has been arrested.
According to the anti-graft agency, Zablon Mabeya, a former Senior Lands Officer in Charge of Coast Province, and Jabu Salim Mohamed, a former Physical Planner at the Ministry, were detained for aiding private developers’ illicit access to public property. The EACC reported that the three are on their way to Nairobi for more work in preparation for arraignments in Mombasa Law Court on Tuesday. “This morning, EACC arrested Wilson Gachanja, Former Commissioner of Lands, Zablon Mabeya, Former Senior Lands Officer in Charge of Coast Province, and Jabu Salim Mohamed, Former Physical Planner, Ministry of Lands for facilitating the illegal acquisition of public land by private developers,” EACC stated. You have arrived at the correct location for obtaining accurate news information, so please read the whole article.
Wilson Gachanja was arrested for what reason?
According to the anti-corruption agency, the property in issue is a public access road – Quale Diani/Beach Block/1072. This arrest comes three weeks after EACC agents arrested six members of Makueni County Assembly for illegally claiming and receiving Sh175,018 per diem for a privately funded vacation to Dubai. According to the EACC, the suspects traveled to the United Arab Emirates seven years ago. More information about the news may be found by scrolling down the page.
“The MP, Hon. Dr.Patrick Musimba, entirely supported the private Dubai vacation, which took place from 14/4/2014 to 21/4/2014.” “When the MCAs returned, they falsely claimed and got Kshs. 175,018.50 per diem, which they were not entitled to,” EACC added. The suspects have been identified as Timothy Siri Maneno, Bernard Wambua, Cosmas Mutunga, Bensley Mwanza, John Muli, and Bernard Muthoka by the anti-corruption agency. In the fiscal year 2022/21, EACC reported recovering stolen assets of sh 6.3 billion. 17 proactive inquiries led to the recovery. We have provided all of the news information below. Stay tuned for additional information.