The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has stated there is no evidence that Eurobond money was lost.
The integrity body alongside the criminal Investigation conducted thorough investigation where they followed the money from the Consolidated Fund to the ministries where the funds were allegedly dispatched to. But they were unable to trace any lost Eurobond cash.
The EACC submitted the Eurobond report to the Director of Public Prosecution Keriako Tobiko who ordered the Auditor General Edward Ouko to do thorough investigations on all the ministries to identify the projects that were funded by the Eurobond money
“I wish to confirm that I have just received from the EACC the investigation file into the Eurobond allegations. In the file, EACC has found no evidence of criminal culpability on the part of any government official and therefore recommended that the file be closed,” said Tobiko
The report from the EACC still leaves so many unanswered questions in regards to the Sh 140billion that Kenyans want to know how they were spent.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga, the whistle blower, is now left with no option but to keep on pushing for unswers.But chances of getting satisfactory answers remain slim.
Mr Odinga has maintained Sh 140 billion was lost from the money floated on Eurobond.Though he didn’t bother to visit EACC offices to explain what he knows, he has tasked President Uhuru to tell Kenyans where he took the money.