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Why was Wilson Gachanja Arrested? Ex-Lands Commissioner Charges Explained

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Why was Wilson Gachanja Arrested? Ex-Lands Commissioner Charges Explained: Here we are sharing a piece of big news with you. EACC has arrested three government officials for facilitating the illegal acquisition of public by private developers. Recently this news has come on the internet and it went viral on the social media platforms and it has become a topic of discussion. Many people are talking about it and they are very curious to know about the news. They want to know the whole matter of the news. Here we will also discuss the topic and we will share it with you in this article, so let’s continue the article. Follow More Updates On UptoBrain.com

Wilson Gachanja Arrested

According to the anti-graft agency, Zablon Mabeya a Former, Senior Lands officer in Charge of Coast Province, and Jabu Salim Mohamed  – Forner Physical Planner at the Ministry had been arrested for facilitating illegal accessing of public land by private developers. The EACC announced that the three are on their way to Nairobi for further work for arraignments before Mombasa Law Court on Tuesday.” This morning EACC arrested Wilson Gachanja – Former Commissioner of Lands, Zablon Mabeya –  Former, Senior Lands officer in charge of Coast Province and Jabu Salim Mohamed- Former Physical Planner, Ministry of Lands for facilitating the illegal acquisition of public land by private developers,” EACC said. You are on the right page for getting the right information regarding the news, so please read the complete article.

Why was Wilson Gachanja Arrested?

The anti-corruption watchdog reported that the land in question is a public access road – Quale Diani/Beach Block/1072. This arrest comes three weeks after six members of the County Assembly of Makueni had been arrested by EACC detectives for fraudulently claiming and collecting Sh175,018 each in full per diem for a trip to Dubai which was privately sponsored. EACC said in a statement that the suspects had carate the trip to the United Araba Emirates seven years ago. Scroll down the page for more information about the news.

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