EACC has captured a Kenya Revenue Authority Manager and his significant other for neglecting to pay Sh38 million in charges.
Joseph Chege Gikonyo and his significant other Lucy Kangai Stephen were captured on Monday.
Gikonyo is a supervisor at KRA and chief of Giche Limited. Lucy is likewise a chief at Giche Limited.
EACC built up that somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2015, both, being chiefs of Giche Limited, amassed unexplained resources adding up to Sh597 million.
“They deceitfully neglected to pay Sh38,692,694 assessments to the Kenya Revenue Authority,” authority CEO Twalib Mubarak said
In an announcement on Monday, Twalib said EACC sent the examination document to the DPP, who allowed it agree to capture the two.
They will be summoned in court on Tuesday.
In 2018, Kenya Revenue Authority excused reports that Chege was its worker.
KRA said Chege was prohibited on October 31, 2016 when claims of his contribution in misbehaviors developed.
Gikonyo’s mogul way of life, which was at chances with his Sh119,000 compensation, is the thing that frightened the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission.
The EACC contended that Gikonyo had no other known wellsprings of salary to clarify the enormous fortune.
The couple has since 2016 been in and out of the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Court at Milimani over how they obtained Sh597 million somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2015.
In 2018, the EACC recorded a suit looking to have Mr Gikonyo, his significant other and their firm acquiescence their supposedly badly gotten riches to the State.
The counter join office demands that Mr Gikonyo utilized his situation as a KRA director to cheat open assets and avoid burdens, and will request that the courts convict the couple.