01 Sep 2016
When they met the Justice and Legal Affairs Committee on August 4, members of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission received a tongue-lashing from MPs.
Nevertheless the four commissioners gave their reasons for asking their chairman, Phillip Kinisu, to step aside pending the conclusion of investigations on his alleged conflict of interest.
But Mr Kinisu had produced documents showing that he left Esaki Ltd, the company run by his wife, in 2008, way before he even contemplated becoming Kenya’s anti-graft czar.
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