DCI GEORGE KINOTI told to investigate officers at Auditor General Edward Ouko's office – They are demanding bribes of millions of shillings from governors

Tuesday May 7, 2019-Over 10 governors have written to Director of Criminal Investigations, George Kinoti requesting him to investigate officers at the Auditor General office.

According to the governors ,officers from AG office are soliciting bribes while ignoring key documents when carrying financial audit in counties.

Council of Governors Chairman Wycliffe Oparanya said most staff mandated to do the audits are “incompetent and inexperienced”.
The Kakamega county chief said they had proposed to Parliament that no audit reports should be tabled without county management notes, in an effort to ensure credibility and checks and balances.
"The office of the Auditor General is not well resourced. It has very few experienced auditors so you find that they are using very junior staff who have just been recruited and as such, they don't understand some of the audit issues they have to deal with. They are narrow-minded and their work is to look for mistakes. Actually, their reports don’t add any value at all," Oparanya said.
 The governor’s letter to the DCI comes at a time the Senate has summoned 14 governors to shed light  on audit queries that have been pinpointed by auditors.

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