More trouble for Jumwa as DCI begins probe into Sh500m dubious accounts


Just a day after being released over the Ganda by-election killing, Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa is yet again in trouble over suspicious Sh500 million transactions.
Detectives from the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have been dispatched to Malindi to investigate the Jumwa.
Detectives have trained their guns on transactions of four accounts associated with the MP, her aides and child.
She is said to have received money from NG-CDF that falls under her docket as well as from projects being done by national government.
Financial Reporting Centre had told DCI that some of the companies and individuals linked to the hefty payments shared postal addresses signifying possibility of the companies being owned by the same person or people.
“There is suspicion of conflict of interest and abuse of office,” read part of the letter.
Last evening, Jumwa said she was not a director of any of the four companies. “I am not aware of any investigations,” said Jumwa.
During the period under scrutiny, three of the companies that share the same directors received a total of Sh312 million from the Malindi CDF kitty.


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