President William Ruto’s Chief of Staff and Head of Public Service, Felix Koskei, took action by ordering the suspension of six Chief Executive Officers due to suspected corruption and procurement irregularities in their respective institutions.
Additionally, Koskei directed the suspension of 67 police officers and an accountant at the Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KeRRA).
The six executives affected include Eng. Fredrick Mwamati of Tanathi Water Works Development Agency, Stephen Ogenga of the National Industrial Training Authority, Stanvas Ong’alo of the National Museums of Kenya (acting DG), Benjamin Kai Chilumo of Huduma Centre Secretariat, Peter Gitaa Koria of Bomas of Kenya, and Eng. Anthony Wamukota of KETRACO as the GM for Design & Construction.
These directives came following recommendations from the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) as part of an ongoing investigation into the implicated officers.
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