Here is what UHURU told new EACC CEO, TWALIB MBARAK, after he was picked as the new anti graft czar - WABUKALA almost fainted


Friday November 30, 2018 - President Uhuru Kenyatta is said to have pulled strings in the Public Service commission (PSC) to see through the appointment of Twalib Mbarak as the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission CEO.

Mbarak, who is a retired Military Intelligence Officer, was working as a security Expert at Kengen.

He was also a covert State operative.

According to sources privy to the appointment of Twalib, Uhuru tasked National Intelligence Service (NIS) boss, Philip Kameru, with identifying a man who will   head the moribund anti graft body and revive it with zeal.

At first, Kameru settled on Muhamed Murshid but Uhuru rejected him saying he was not happy with his behaviour when he was a senior police officer.

The President told Kameru that he wants a NIS man like Noordin Haji who now heads the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

Kameru is said to have approached Twalib and when the President saw his achievements he gave PSC a go ahead to appoint him as the EACC CEO.

Uhuru told Mbarak that his first agenda at EACC will be to wipe out the rotten faces at the anti-graft body deeply involved in corruption and who have acquired massive wealth.

Most commissioners at EACC led by chairman, Eliud Wabukala, have accumulated a lot of wealth and Uhuru wants Mbarak to ensure that they are questioned how they acquired wealth.

“The President wants a clean commission and he wants all this dinosaurs sent home and be investigated,” said a source privy to Mbarak’s appointment.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

  1. man start with the guy who gave you the job, then go for the EACC.

    That way, we can say the job giver is clean than investigating others but can investigate the loots stashed in his entire family since independence to date.

    An we all say Yah!

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