How Tracy Njoki King'e, 30, Treasury worker earning 50K accumulated Sh37Million in 2 months - EACC
Tracy Njoki King'e, 30, a finance officer II at the National Treasury, obtained a total of Ksh.37 million in her bank accounts from March 2020 and May 2022


The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has gotten orders to freeze Ksh.18 million in cash that a government official with ties to the National Treasury is thought to have gotten in an illegal way.
 
 

 
Tracy Njoki King'e, 30, a finance officer II at the National Treasury, obtained a total of Ksh.37 million in her bank accounts from March 2020 and May 2022, as per the anti-corruption commission, contradicting her monthly pay of Ksh.50,954.53.
 
 
According to EACC, the Ksh. 37 million was sent to Njoki's co-operative and I & M bank accounts as imprests, facilitation, and additional allowance.
 
 
Njoki collected Ksh. 24,119,926.00 in her Co-op bank account between February 2020 and March 2022, and Ksh. 11,899,052.00 in her I & M account between February 2022 and June 2022.
 
 
"Initial enquiries revealed that a sum of Ksh. 11.8 million obtained through her I & M bank account was routed to her fixed deposit accounts in the same bank, while Ksh. 498,000.00 was taken in cash, leaving a balance of Ksh. 400,000.00," EACC said in a statement on Tuesday.
 
 
EACC also discovered that of the Ksh.24 million acquired through her Cooperative Bank account, Ksh.4.6 million was spent on Treasury Bill purchases, leaving a balance of Kshs. 2.7 million in the account.
 
 
The funds have been blocked awaiting the completion of the inquiry.
 

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