MUTUA MOVES TO COURT TO STOP EACC FROM INVESTIGATING HIM OVER CORRUPTION.

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Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua Lawyer Wilfred Nyamu leaves Milimani courts Tuesday 08/07/2014 after filing a petition to block EACC from investigating him over corruption allegations.
Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua Lawyer Wilfred Nyamu leaves Milimani courts Tuesday 08/07/2014 after filing a petition to block EACC from investigating him over corruption allegations.

BY SAM ALFAN.
Machakos County Governor Alfred Mutua has moved to court seeking orders to halt the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission from Investigating over allegations of corruption in the procurement of Motor Vehicles for the County Assembly members.
The governor filed the application under certificate of urgency, saying that the officers from the commission he and his deputy should before them to answer to the complaint raised by Machakos senator Johnson Muthama touching on procurement refurbishment of the County Headquarters.
Mutua says when he took over officer from the Transitional Authority were in charge and responsible for all procurements and general finance of the County Government, saying he can’t be summoned to answer to complaints which he is not aware
The petition which came before Justice Isaac Lenaola, was certified urgent and the petitioner’s lawyer Mr Nyamu directed to serve the EACC, the director of Public Prosecution, the Inspector general of police and Anti- General and the matter tomorrow by all parties to determine as to whether an injunction should against the respondents from investigating or prosecuting the governor.
 

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