Ex-KPA employee under EACC radar over fraudulent tender worth Ksh 78M

The Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC) has filed a suit in court compelling a former KPA employee to surrender to the government Ksh 78 million.

Antony Muhanji is accused by the commission of receiving the said amount through a fraudulent tender by KPA to his company.

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“EACC has filed a suit in Mombasa High Court seeking orders to compel Antony Muhanji, former KPA employee to pay the Government Kes. 78M he is believed to have illegally acquired through a fraudulent tender awarded to his company by KPA.” Said EACC

His company Mukitek Investment Ltd is accused of winning the tender through forged before the said amount hit the company’s account as supervised by Anthony who was the direct beneficiary.

“The Company, Mukitek Investment Ltd, won the tender using forged documents. Muhanji, who was a Director of Mukitek Investment Ltd and a beneficial owner to the company’s bank account, supervised the company’s works as a Project Manager.” Said EACC

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Berryl Achieng
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