Why EACC officers raided Ex-CS Michael Kamau’s home - 9 months ago, 23 Maý 00:09
Anti-corruption detectives raided former Transport Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau's Nairobi home, but did not find him.
There were reports that the officers wanted to arrest him so he could face fresh charges.
Ten officers from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) went to Kamau’s house at 5am and left five hours later after they were informed the former CS was not home.
Sources said EACC detectives and officials from the Directorate of Public Prosecutions met last week on Thursday and agreed to arrest suspects whose cases had been stopped over a technicality on the composition of the anti-corruption commission.
Yesterday, Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji confirmed that his office had given consent for Kamau's arrest.
Kamau's two co-accused, who are engineers, were arrested yesterday and will take plea today at an anti-corruption court, officials said.
The officers stormed the residence in Nairobi's Windy Ridge Estate, along Pepo Lane, and left at ...
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