PESA ZA WAKENYA UTARUDISHA… EACC Sues Ex-KPA Manager Over Ksh78.1 Million Tender

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In the suit filed in the commission now wants the highcourt to proclaim the ksh 78 161 858 as the proceedings of crime and issue reinstitution orders forcing mr Antony Muhanji and his company to pay the amount of money to the government of Kenya.

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The Ethics and Anti_Corruption Commission (EACC) has filed a case in the High Court in Mombasa looking for orders to force the former senior employee of the KPA mr.Antony muhanji to pay to the government of kenya ksh 78 161 858.

Mr.Antony Muhanji is said to have reportedly acquired that amount of money from KPA through a fraudelent tender.

Former senior employee of the KPA mr.Antony muhanji who owns a private company called Mukitek investment limited was given a tender illegally which company is duty was to undertake excavation and concrete works at KPA.

In the suit filed in the commission now wants the highcourt to proclaim the ksh 78 161 858 as the proceedings of crime and issue reinstitution orders forcing mr Antony Muhanji and his company to pay the amount of money to the government of Kenya.

Mr. Muhanji is private company Mukitek investment limited is said to have been paid 78 161 858.45/=which was used to purchase property in Nairobi under the name of Stone Contractors Limited.

When the investigations began the Commission identified ksh 52 191 704.45/= belonging to Mukitek Investmebt Limited company pending the finalization of the event.

The Commission won the the recovery suit any forfeiture and reinstitution orders issued by the court will not be in vain.

After the completion of investigations the commission on Monday 21st November 2022 filed a suit in the highcourt in mombasa an order for forfeiture and restitution of ksh 78 161 858.45/= directed to former senior employee of the KPA mr.Antony muhanji ,Mukitek Investment and their associates.

And also a declaration that the ksh 78 161 858 .45/= paid by the KPA to Mukitek investment limited was fraudelent and illegal and therefore constitutes proceeds of crime liable to recovery by EACC.

The Commission went to Court pursuant to section 53 (3) of the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act, No. 3 of 2003, which vests in EACC the mandate to institute recovery proceedings against any person who does anything that constitutes corruption or economic crime.

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