Courtroom freezes Sh537M Belongings of Metropolis Corridor official incomes Sh21K Month-to-month Wage

Belongings price Sh.537 million owned by a Metropolis Corridor official, whose month-to-month wage is Sh21,000, have been frozen by the Excessive Courtroom.

Justice Esther Maina delivered the ruling on Wednesday following Michael Auka Ajwang’s incapability to offer a passable rationalization for the supply of his undisclosed riches to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Fee (EACC).

Mr. Ajwang serves as a Nairobi County Buying Officer.

Among the many property owned by the general public servant are ten motor automobiles and 9 useful parcels of land located in Siaya and Kisumu Counties. Notably, one among these lands accommodates an opulent 3-Star lodge.

Hydeout Riviera Lodge in Kisumu

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Fee (EACC) believes the properties have been acquired by way of corrupt means.

As well as, Justice Maina granted an injunction order that prohibits Ajwang and Hydeout Riviera Restricted, an organization related to the defendant, from transferring or disposing of the talked about properties.

Ajwang and Hydeout Riviera are additionally forbidden from making any claims on the Sh799,000 seized from their accounts by the EACC.

“Pending the listening to and willpower of this swimsuit, a brief injunction is issued restraining the Defendants/Respondents by themselves, their servants, brokers or every other particular person from demanding Kshs. 799,000 seized pursuant to a search performed by the Plaintiff/Applicant in Miscellaneous Legal Software Quantity E1773 of 2022,” the court docket dominated.

The orders will stay in impact till the case is comprehensively heard and resolved.

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