Deputy Chief Justice Mwilu arraigned in court, freed on bond

Deputy Chief Justice Mwilu arraigned in court, freed on bond

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BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,28TH AUG 2018-Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu  has been  arraigned and released on Sh5 million bond and ordered to appear in court tomorrow at 9 a.m together with her co-accused Stanley Muluvi.
She faces abuse of office and tax evasion charges.

The DCJ was represented by a galaxy of lawyers among them James Orengo and John Khaminwa.

She was arrested  on Tuesday outside the Supreme Court and then taken to DCI headquarters in Kiambu. DCJ Mwilu is accused of; Obtaining execution of a security belonging to Imperial Bank Limited by false pretense.
Abusing her office for personal gain.
Accepting a gift in the form of money in circumstances which undermined public confidence in the integrity of her office. Unlawful failure to pay taxes.
Conducting herself in disregard of the law. Indicating the gravity of the case, was the rare decision by DPP Noordin Haji to call a news conference where he briefed reporters on the arrest.
DPP said that it was about time Kenyans got justice seeing as the “country is being torn apart by people placed in positions of trust but who in turn abuse this trust.

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