The Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission has recovered 352 million shillings and averted a further loss of 4.2 billion shillings through corruption. Speaking at the launch of the National Integrity Academy in Nairobi yesterday, EACC Chairperson Eliud Wabukhala said they averted loss of public funds through proactive covert investigations, which disrupted the corruption networks.
The EACC Chair said the commission is investigating over 3,000 corruption reports involving officers in national and county governments. Wabukhala revealed that the commission has traced 14 illegally acquired public assets estimated at 2.3 billion shillings and court processes for recovery are on-going.
He noted that the commission has also finalized investigations into 183 corruption files in the financial year 2017/2018. He spoke during the launch of the National Integrity Academy in Nairobi. The commission is only mandated by law to investigate graft and recommend cases for prosecution by the DPP. viagra malaysia price purdue triangle viagra. . liquid cialis does it work.