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Twalib Mbarak sworn in as new EACC CEO

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Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission have on Monday sworn in Mr. Twalib Abdala Mbarak as the their new Chief Executive Office.

Mr. Twalib takes over from Halakhe Waqo whose six year term ended last week. Swearing in the new CEO was the Chief Justice David Maraga, DPP Noordin Haji and DCI boss George Kinoti.

Mr. Mbarak who is a former military intelligence officer said that under his tenure corruption will become a high risk venture for any one.

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Through his experience the new EACC CEO promised to thoroughly investigate corruption related cases, audit them and deal with each one of them in a systematic manner.

He further added that he would like to strengthen EACC in a bid to quickly recover assets, stolen wealth and handle emerging threats..

Also read:Court blocks EACC from investigating Kidero’s properties

Also present during the searing in was EACC chairman Mr. Eliud Wabukala.

Mr. Twalib has previously worked in the Kenya Military from 1984-1999 before joining the National Intelligence Service in 2006. In 2010 he joined EACC before moving to Ken Gen in 2012 where worked as the manager in charge of security and integrity.

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