Archive for August, 2018

Senior Principal Administrative officer at the office of DPP , William Ashael Osoro at Milimani Anti-corruption court.

It was a case of the hunter becoming the hunted as an officer charged with prosecution of law breakers was today arraigned in court with the case of misappropriate of funds. Mr William Ashael Osoro, a senior administrative officer at the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) office was today charged with misappropriation of fuel worth Sh7.9M through use of unauthorised fuel card.

Through their official twitter handle, the office of DPP announced that Mr. William Ashael Osoro was charged at Milimani Law court today and was released on Ksh.1.5 million bond and alternative of Ksh. 600,000 cash bail. Osoro was at the same time ordered to deposit his passport in the court.

Senior Principal Administrative Officer @ the ODPP, William Ashael Osoro was today charged with misappropriating fuel consumption worth Sh7.9M through use of unauthorized fuel card.

The Milimani anti-corruption Magistrate Mr. Lawrence Mugambi also denied Mr. Osoro access to the DPP unless authorized by the directorate.

In their earlier statement to the press, the DPP office said that they had enough evidence to charge Mr. William Osoro with the misappropriate of fund. “The suspect will be charged with abuse of office and stealing by a person employed by the Public Service,” read part of the statement. Read the full statement bellow.

In what seems as unstoppable war against corruption, the Directory of Public Prosecution Mr. Noordin Haji is leaving no stone unturned. Contrary to his predecessor, Mr. Haji’s sword is cutting both ends. The so-called Big fish and small fish have fallen victims. Mr. Haji seems not to be stopping any time soon.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta. 

 

President Uhuru Kenyatta needs all our unequal support in the on going fight against corruption. At least I can for once say that we’ve got president who is committed to fight corruption menace and ready to end impunity in this country

Corruption has a way of fighting back whenever fought and president well aware of this, has come out strongly to announce that he is ready to face the consequences that come with the fight against corruption.

In his recent speech, president Kenyatta who is serving his last term in the office said that he is ready to lose his friends if that is what it will take to win war on corruption. The statement was largely seen as directed to his deputy William Ruto whom things seems to have gone South since his (Kenyatta’s) 9th March hand shake with opposition leader Rt Hon. Raila Odinga.

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The handshake which is widely supported by majority of Kenyans has caused some discomfort within Ruto’s camp in equal measure. Close allies of Ruto lead by Senate majority leader sen. Kipchumba Murkomen have in several occasions scathingly questioned the real motive behind the unity pack between Uhuru and Raila (UhuRao). To them, the handshake is meant to frustrate Ruto’s 2022 presidential ambitions.

Even though the Rt. Hon Raila Odinga has kept everyone guessing his next move in regards to his future political journey more so with regards to whether he will give it another short at the race to become the 5th Kenyan president in 2022, hi close allies are hinting at something close to Odinga being on the presidential ballot as a candidate come 2022.

2022 aside, any true patriot regardless of the political affiliation will support President’s renewed interest in fighting corruption and impunity. The war against corruption shouldn’t be politicized nor tribalized.  Let’s all unite and slay this monster once and for all.