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NAIROBI, Kenya, May 19 – Former Tourism Permanent Secretary Rebecca Nabutola and one time Kenya Tourism Board Managing Director Dr Achieng Ong’ong’a have lost an appeal challenging their conviction.

The judge ordered that the two face one year in jail or pay a fine of Sh500,000.

Gist of the ruling:

Tour Operator Duncan Muriuki who was charged with them was sent to prison for seven years without the option of a fine.

Muriuki was also to pay Sh17.8 million in fines or serve three years in default.

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crick ujionee!

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Did you forget to read on to the part where Duncan Muriuki’s sentence gets quashed, and he gets to keep his loot once he pays 800K and 500K back to the state?

Their co accused, tour Operator Duncan Muriuki went home a happy man after all the charges levelled against him were quashed.

He had been accused of conspiracy to defraud the ministry and with the offence of conflict of interest contrary and had been sent to prison for seven years without the option of a fine.

The businessman was also required to pay Sh17.8 million in fines or serve three years in default.

Anti corruption court magistrate Lucy Nyambura also directed Muriuki to refund Sh800,000 to state and a further Sh500,000 to the government failure to which he will serve a further one year in prison.
Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2000202369/former-ps-rebbecca-nabutola-found-guilty-of-sh-8-9-million-fraud

thats why there is the comment section…for you to engage in the thread…garrit?

no

@biraru wacha ufala the judge upheld a previous ruling of 3 years jail term and further added a 500k fine jifunze kusoma na kuelewa na uwache gutter press ngombe mzee wewe

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sawa uncle…nimetii!

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