- Joshua Ocharo Momanyi was accused of siphoning over KSh 11 million by making a ghost university in Kwhisero, Kakamega county
- The clerical officer at the Condition Office of Standard Education reportedly dedicated the crime in the 2017/2018 money year
- The EACC would like the court to compel Momanyi to return the funds or the residence he acquired to be declared proceeds of crime and forfeited to the point out
The police are seeking for a clerical officer who is effective at the Ministry for Instruction soon after he allegedly formed a pretend school and siphoned KSh 11 million meant for totally free day secondary university.
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Fee (EACC) has flagged Joshua Ocharo Momanyi’s accounts and submitted for the recovery of the looted community resources.
In accordance to Citizen Tv set, the officer in charge of details entry at the Point out Department of Standard Schooling established a ghost college in Kwhisero, Kakamega county and gained the funds for a total financial 12 months.
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Momanyi was accused of committing the offence in the 2017/2018 fiscal year.
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A dollars path unveiled that Momanyi acquired a overall of KSh 11.1 million to his particular account amongst August 2017 to June 2018.
The officer then transferred some KSh 3.3 million to his second account at the Kenya Industrial Bank (KCB) in Kakamega.
He used KSh 980,000 to buy a piece of land in Mavoko town and KSh 1.6 million to obtain a vehicle registered as KCP 366L. He withdrew KSh 6.9 million.
The clerical officer used another KSh 850,000 to get a piece of land at Oldonyo Sabuk from Fanka Actual Estate.
The EACC would like the court to compel Momanyi to return the resources or the property he acquired to be declared proceeds of crime and forfeited to the condition.
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George Magoha reveals in excess of KSh 350m was stolen
Training Cupboard Secretary George Magoha before unmasked a scandal in the ministry wherever taxpayers have allegedly been getting rid of millions of shillings on a yearly basis, funding more than half a million ghost learners.
It emerged that college heads and corrupt education and learning officers have been conspiring to inflate the number of college enrolments normally utilized by the nationwide govt to distribute Free of charge Major Education resources.
In a push statement, Magoha claimed the ministry has been getting rid of up to KSh 750 million every single calendar year to corrupt officials.
“Our due diligence located out that there was an inflation of figures from 8.47 million learners to 9 million learners. A shortfall of 529,997 pupils has led to saving KSh 752,594740 shillings,” reported Magoha.
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