An anti- corruption court has summoned former Transport cabinet secretary Michael Kamau to plead to charges arising from a questioned Ksh33.3 million tender.
The prosecution through Aloys Kemo applied for the summons against former whom he said police “were unable to arrest him.”
It was directed that summons be served upon him and the matter be mentioned on May 30 2019.
He had been let off the hook after a relentless objection against his prosecution pegged on the improper constitution of the EACC at the time the charges were drafted.
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The case has also ensnared former Chief Roads Engineer Mwangi Maingi and resident engineer Nicholas Ndungu Ng’ang’a who have been indicted with an offence of abuse of office in which the government lost the colossal amount of money.
They however denied the criminal charges and were ordered to deposit a cash of bail of Ksh 500,000 each to secure their release pending trial on July 3 2018.
The court further gave them alternative bond of KSh2 million with a similar surety.
They denied that on March 15 2008 in Nairobi being employees of the ministry of Transport authorised the redesigning of Kamukuywa Kaptama Kapsokwony Sirisia roads which had been redesigned by Engincult Consulting limited at a cost of KSh33.3 million.