Matemu Pledges to Expedite List of Shame Investigations

Nairobi — Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) Chairman Mumo Matemu says they will prioritise high profile cases of individuals named in the list of shame that was tabled in Parliament on Tuesday.

Matemu has told journalists that the commission will set strict timelines for each case, to avoid taking unnecessary time on them.

President Uhuru Kenyatta, who submitted the list to the National Assembly last week, had urged the Commission to expedite the investigations and conclude within 60 days.

Matemu said the Commission will continue to update the list of shame to ensure anyone suspected to be involved in corruption, is exposed and investigated.

He however, says the commission is constrained by resources and hopes the government will deploy more to ensure cases do not stall.


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