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KRA employees to spend 14 more days in custody

36 Kenya Revenue Authority, KRA employees who were arrested over last week by the DCI will remain in remain in custody for 14 more days.

Appearing before an Anti-Corruption court, the 36 KRA employees were charged with tax evasion, money laundering and abuse of office.

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Last week a hot pursuit was done on 48 other staffs with the DCI compelling them to report at their Headquarters to assist in the ongoing investigations.

Also read: DCI list KRA suspects wanted for an ongoing investigation

The individuals include 32 officers from the Department of Domestic Taxes, 15 from the Customs and Border Control Department and one from the Investigations and Enforcement Department.   

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