Kenya’s financial apportion has surrendered himself to a military after a arch prosecutor systematic his detain over allegations of corruption.
Henry Rotich is indicted of flouting buying procedures in awarding a agreement value over $450m (£405m) for a construction of dual dams to a Italian association CMC de Ravenna.
In Mar Mr Rotich denied any indiscretion in a vast journal advert.
The association has also denied a accusations.
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Director of open prosecutions Noordin Haji is also questioning how a proposal was awarded for $170m some-more than was in a strange contract.
“It was determined that a conception, buying and remuneration routine for a dam projects were riddled with large illegalities,” he said.
He has systematic a detain of some-more than 20 other people indicted of being concerned in a contract, including other tip officials and a directors of CMC de Ravenna.
Earlier this year, internal media reported that files from a review suggested purchases that didn’t seem to make clarity for a dam construction project, including during slightest $38,000 that had allegedly been spent on bedding.
Mr Haji told a BBC’s Ferdinand Omondi that “the contracts that were entered into and a loans that were taken were not in a interests of Kenyans though were portion other interests” and “the nation has mislaid utterly a bit of money”.
More than $200m has already been spent on a dam projects – nonetheless a dams do not exist yet.