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Transparency news March 31st 2014

March 31 st.

 

Standard: 62 top officers under fresh probe

Sixty-two senior police officers recently vetted are still under investigation after fresh claims against them were lodged by the probe teams.

Standard: The Counties: Scramble for city properties sparks row at ministry

A scramble for some of the hottest commercial properties in Nairobi is behind the vicious war pitting Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu's ministry against the National Land Commission.

Standard: Stalemate has created room for fraudsters, says expert

Unless resolved quickly, the standoff between the National Land Commission (NLC) and Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu will produce unlikely winners and losers.

Standard: Why standoff between Ngilu and NLC over mandate to issue titles may end up in court

Chairman of NLC's Survey, Planning, Adjudication and Settlement Committee Abdulkadir Khalif, in an interview, says fight with CS Charity Ngilu has to do with control of leases in Nairobi granted 100 years ago

Standard Business: Regulator sounds alarm over new cases of securities fraud
The Capital Markets Authority (CMA) has sounded an alarm over new fraudulent activities at the securities market. The market regulator said bourse fraud has changed from simple unauthorized sale of clients' shares to electronic fraud involving access to high net worth.

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