PLO Lumumba KACC boss to loose his job after trying to arrest Assistant minister Mbarire
Posted by African Press International on August 24, 2011
Now it is clear that the assistant minister will win the battle. KACC boss lured her to his office but she did not turn up.
KACC boss went to the media saying he had laid a trap to arrest her on trying to bribe him.
Now MPs have voted to send home all the top brass of the Commission (KACC) and that will include PLO, the top man, in connection with the creation of the Kenya ethics and anti corruption commission that is to replace PLO’s present commission.
As we wrote earlier, the relationship between PLO and the Mbarires was wrong because PLO was aware that the husband of M/s Mbarire was being investigated by his office and yet he invited him to his fundraising where he received a hundred thousand cheque from the suspect Mr Apaa.
PLO Lumumba has been accused by MPs of not doing a good job in the Commission. He was appointed last year and there was hope he was the best to fight corruption. PLO has however been talking much than working. He has even led demonstrations against corruption on the streets of Nairobi, a thing that belongs to activists not a director of Anti Corruption Commission. He, however, thought he was doing the right thing but now he will have to go even before doing anything meaningful because he has not prosecuted the big fish he had told Kenyans he would do when he was appointed.