As the probe into the KEMSA scandal continues, Kenyans have been shocked by yet another scandal involving the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary that had rocked the country.
According to media reports, Amadi and her son have been linked to a gold scandal that led to the freezing of their accounts. This comes after a lawsuit was filed by a Dubai-based gold trading company.
The petitioner, Bruton Gold Trading LLC, alleges that the accused parties, acting on behalf of the law firm Amadi and Associates Advocates, unlawfully acquired over Ksh.89 million by falsely claiming to provide gold which was never delivered.
This suit prompted action by The Nairobi High Court where an order was issued mandating the freezing of personal bank accounts held under the names of Anne Atieno Amadi, the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, along with her son Brian Ochieng Amadi and two additional individuals. This court further prohibited any withdrawals from these accounts unless authorized beforehand.
In other news, Honorable Kioni, the Jubilee Party Secretary General and a close ally of President Uhuru Kenyatta has revealed President Kenyatta’s alternative plan after the Bomas of Kenya venue was unavailable for their National Delegate Conference. During a media interaction, Kioni stated that they have made arrangements to book private venues for the conference.
Meanwhile here is the news making headlines on opera news today
All Eyes on CJ Martha Koome After Chief Registrar Anne Amadi is Caught up in a Mega Scandal
In a shocking revelation, Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, Anne Amadi, and her son, Brian Ochieng Amadi, have been accused of involvement in a fraudulent gold scheme that swindled a Dubai-based firm out of more than Sh100 million.
Details Emerge of How Two MPs Were Allegedly Shortchanged in the Ksh 163 Million Sugar Saga
Details have since emerged about how two members of parliament and a top government official were allegedly shortchanged in the Ksh 163 million sugar saga.
Tension in Ruto’s Govt After Intelligence Reports Exposed a Major Scandal Worth Billions
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