Thursday, December 3, 2015 – Immediate former Devolution Cabinet Secretary, Miss Anne Waiguru, reportedly bought a palatial house in the United Kingdom and registered it under the name of her eldest son, Ian, The Kenyan DAILY POST can authoritatively report.
According to an official of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) who was part of the team that raided Waiguru’s new house in Kitisuru on Monday, they found ownership documents of a house situated in the leafy suburbs of Birmingham, UK, that was acquired almost the same time that Waiguru acquired the Kitisuru one before moving from Runda.
The official who requested anonymity said that they took the documents to establish the details of the firms involved in the transaction and the value of the property which is estimated to have cost the corrupt Minister millions of Euros.
The EACC official also said that they found millions of shillings in cash in Waiguru’s bedroom and that is why she is currently the Chief suspect in the loss of millions of shillings from the National Youth Service (NYS)
On Monday, an army of detectives from EACC raided Waiguru’s posh house in Kitisuru and ransacked the house for seven hours looking for evidence to enable them prosecute the corrupt ex-CS.
The official said that the detectives were not only looking for documents relating to her work in the Ministry but also to her previous jobs and how much she made before joining the Cabinet in 2013.
He said Waiguru will be arrested soon over the loss of billions from her Ministry.
Waiguru is among Government officials who have been issued with Visa bans and it will now be impossible to access her house.