Transparency news May 19th 2014

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Transparency news May 19th 2014

May 19 th.


Nation: How Kenya lost case against paying Sh1.4bn

Kenya, in arguing against paying Sh1.4 billion in the Anglo Leasing case, based its argument on five grounds which were all dismissed.

Nation: Orange MP backs Anglo Leasing pay

An Opposition MP has broken ranks with his party and declared support for the Anglo Leasing payments.

Standard: AG should take responsibility for Anglo Leasing payments

Is the State Law Office complicit in the Anglo Leasing scandal? Put in another way, through acts of omission and commission, did the Attorney General, Prof Githu Muigai, fail the country in the settlement of the recent Anglo Leasing cases?

Standard: Give all fair chance in State appointments

Never has the transfer of a public servant in President Uhuru Kenyatta's young presidency attracted so much attention as the redeployment of Kiplimo Rugut, the immediate Director-General of the National Youth Service.

Standard: Gicharu's removal was inevitable'

President Uhuru Kenyatta's removal of Simon Gicharu from the helm of the Geothermal Development Company (GDC) board was inevitable, The Standard has learnt

Standard: The Counties: Coast governors agonise as ward representatives wield impeachment sword

Governors in Coast are having sleepless nights as they grapple with threats from County Assembly members (MCAs) and other forces

Standard: CORD to lead demos against Anglo Leasing payout

The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) is planning to lead Kenyans in peaceful demonstrations to protest corruption in government

The People: MCAs pass bill to award themselves more perks

Members of the Kakamega County Assembly may soon earn a higher pay if Governor Wycliffe Oparanya assents to a bill that awards them new allowances. The Assembly Service Board Bill, unanimously approved by MCAs last week, warrants each of the 60.

The People: Githu names faces behind Sh1.4b Anglo Leasing debt

Barely a day after Attorney General Githu Muigai and the Law Society of Kenya clashed over the handling of the Anglo Leasing cases in London and Geneva, the government has released names of individuals said to be the owners of the companies..



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