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The anti-graft agency has bolstered the war on corruption after it supported a new law that seeks to freeze assets of people suspected of corruption prior to obtaining a court order, thus increasing chances of prosecuting perpetrators.The commission’s Chief Executive Officer Halakhe Waqo said proposed laws would also strengthen coordination between various government organs mandated to fight corruption.PRESIDENCY MOST CORRUPT There is also political goodwill to fight corruption as evidenced by the President’s resolve, said the DP, who said the government is committed to fully supporting the EACC and other agencies in the war against corruption.During the event, leaders urged Kenyans to fight corruption at a personal level and expressed hope that the vice will be eliminated. Wherever you go across the country, you feel ashamed because of the vice,” said the head of the Anglican Church, Archbishop Eliud Wabukala.I equally call on the appropriate security agencies to hold to account anyone who may have broken the law in this regard,” said Nkaissery.The minister was reacting to Monday’s claims by the Mandera leaders that there had been mass graves that were discovered in the area and that security agencies were behind the killings.Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery Wednesday also told the leaders led by senator Billow Kerrow to apologise and retract the claims they made.He at the same time revealed the deceased woman whose body was exhumed from a shallow grave in Arabia area was a cook for Al-Shabaab militants.
A task force led by Attorney-General Githu Muigai is reviewing the laws.
Following the flushing out of the militias from Bullahawa by Ethiopian troops she came back to Mandera to work at her food kiosk,” he said.
He said a group of local security chiefs and human rights organisations used excavators for the second day at a site where the said bodies were but they did not find any.
“Among the weaknesses in the country’s anti-corruption machinery is denying the EACC prosecutorial powers and no matter what efforts it puts into investigations, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) can exercise his discretion and terminate a case,” said the judge.
Laikipia Senator G G Kariuki said the most corrupt institution is the presidency.
War on corruption receives fresh boost after anti-graft agency backs new law Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Chief Executive Officer Halakhe Waqo addresses participants during the International Anti-Corruption Day at Central park in Nanyuki town, Laikipia County, on December 9, 2015.