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Former NSSF boss Jamwa out on bail

By Vision Reporter

Added 3rd July 2010 03:00 AM

THE Anti-Corruption Court has granted bail to the former National Social Security Fund (NSSF) managing director David Chandi Jamwa, who is charged with abuse of office and causing financial loss of sh2.7b.

THE Anti-Corruption Court has granted bail to the former National Social Security Fund (NSSF) managing director David Chandi Jamwa, who is charged with abuse of office and causing financial loss of sh2.7b.

By Edward Anyoli

THE Anti-Corruption Court has granted bail to the former National Social Security Fund (NSSF) managing director David Chandi Jamwa, who is charged with abuse of office and causing financial loss of sh2.7b.

His case was adjourned to July 7 for mention. Justice John Bosco Katutsi ordered Jamwa to pay sh10m in cash. His three sureties, who included his mother Tezira Jamwa, are to execute a bond of sh100m, not cash. Other sureties are Charles Okolong, a former government valuer in the Ministry of Lands and Odoi Onyango a retired civil servant.

Justice Katutsi directed Jamwa to deposit his passport in court and report to the Anti-Corruption court every first Monday.

Jamwa’s relatives and friends stumped their feet as soon as the judge granted him bail. Smartly dressed in a suit, Jamwa appeared relieved.

He was arrested at the Malaba boarder post as he tried to cross into neighbouring Kenya on June 22, charged and remanded at Luzira Prison.

Former NSSF boss Jamwa out on bail

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