Waluke demands 300M moments after leaving jail.
Sirisia member of parliament, John Waluke demands 300M moments after leaving jail.
He was on released on november 18,on Ksh10 million cash bail, later he accused the government of refusing to pay the debt owed to him.
He stated that credit summed up from a 2004 maize supply deal that prosecutors claim was forged.
Earlier, Waluke appealed his case at the Court of Appeal, seeking to overturn the 67-year jail or a fine of of Ksh1 billion.
Waluke was first sentenced on June 25, 2020, alongside Grace Wakhungu, with whom he was accused of graft on state corporation, National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB), over Ksh297 million.
Waluke’s release is however, a temporary one because he faces tough opposition from the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP), Noordin Haji, who asked the appellate court to dismiss the appeal.
On november 2, Haji stated,”Applicant was properly convicted and sentenced and is, therefore, until the impugned decision is overturned, serving a lawful sentence.”