Kongowea ward representative Jabess Oduor has told the
Khalid has also accused Oduor of controlling a cartel that has been fleecing the Mombasa government of millions of shillings, a claim that Oduor has denied. Yesterday, Oduor wrote to EACC chairman Matemo Mumo and Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko to probe Khalid over an alleged Sh20 million loan default taken from Kenyan banks.
"During the vetting, the officer did not disclose his outstanding loans of Sh20 million with Kenyan banks (five non-performing accounts), which he was not servicing then and still outstanding to date," read Oduor's letter. He said this is contrary to chapter six of the constitution which stipulates that the conduct of all state officers should be beyond reproach including financial matters.
"According to records at
He said he is a firm believer in the Shariah Law, which prohibits the issuing or taking of interest on loans. Khalid however said the matter is personal. He said he is open to scrutiny by any institution as he is clean.
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