In the last two weeks at least 50 suspected corrupt officers have been interogated, this list is expanding.
The EACC, DCI and KRA Intelligence are hunting Officers with suspected, and unexplained wealth.
But first the agencies are crippling the corrupt support system Corrupt port officials have deployed to protect and cover-up their misdeeds and incompetence.
Read between the lines you appreciate that the 'handshake' has exposed old mafia in Mombasa to EACC actions.
And it is ongoing silently.If these people are getting tammed, who are the few Corrupt officials at the port ?
This I can tell you, a list of ongoing asset sezures at the port will shock you. I understand even an HG3 had his 17 million seized up ! Talk about cargo thefts ...
There are looking at the wealth status of the leadership of ICDN and Mombasa burocracts..Change is coming, you won't see it but you will feel it . .That is why targets are sponsoring 'protests' with arguments that Mombasa Economy is dying..
_So far, the commission has recovered property worth Sh2 billion that include thousands of acres of land belonging to Changamwe and Mvita Boys schools, Mvita clinic, Shimo La Tewa prison, Uhuru Gardens, Jomo Kenyatta and Jamhuri public beaches.
Other properties that have been recovered include the Registrar of Persons’ office, a piece of land in front of the education office and municipal offices, part of Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) offices, Ganjoni clinic, Kenya Ferry Services (KFS) and the 11-acre Malindi bus park.
Other properties that have been recovered include the Registrar of Persons’ office, a piece of land in front of the education office and municipal offices, part of Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) offices, Ganjoni clinic, Kenya Ferry Services (KFS) and the 11-acre Malindi bus park."
*Then the iceing on the cake is a reminder to Government accomplices who engineered the grabbing of KPA properties in Mombasa and Nairobi are remindended of the fall of the former KPA managing director;
Investigations show a total of 10 companies associated with powerful politicians, business people and government employees have been behind blatant theft of public land and houses.
In another landmark court ruling against grabbing, Justice E.KO. Ogola on September 18, 2017 ordered former Kenya Ports Authority Managing Director James Mulewa to pay the government Sh63 million and a further Sh11 million over unexplained immovable property he acquired during his tenure.
The judge ruled that some of the unexplained properties that Mulewa had acquired included a vacant plot MN/1/13483 worth in Nyali valued at Sh5 million and a four-bedroom maisonette, Bandari villas (MN/1/15351) worth Sh6 million.
Observable illegalities will be developed for threat naratives for KPA board to apply for internal administrative actions. While assets recovery agencies financially cripple these corrupt entities.
30 September 2019: Mombasa Corrpution Assessment