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30 Gov’t officials sent home as detective start investigations

Gov't officials ordered to go home

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Governor Alfred Mutua issued the orders sending home the officers based in Mavoko Constituency.

Emerging reports indicate that the Directorate of Criminal investigations has started probing the corruption-related allegations.

"My Government has with immediate effect sent on compulsory leave for three months the officers to allow for investigations to be undertaken. I am happy that the Directorate of Criminal Investigations has already seconded officers to start the investigations as other investigative agencies join in the coming days.

"The affected officers are not allowed to report to their places of work unless accompanied by security officers for a specific function that is part of the ongoing investigations," the statement said.

Mr. Mutua went on to assure the public that the investigations will be carried out in a fair manner.

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