Bank Accounts Of The Lady Who Swears In Presidents, Anne Amadi, Frozen Over Wash Wash

By Juma / Published May 19, 2023 | 7:33 am




KEY POINTS

The High Court has ordered that the bank accounts belonging to Anne Amadi, her son Brian Amadi and two others be frozen after they received about 89 million shillings from Dubai in a gold scam.


Anne Amadi

Looks like every top official in government is corrupt and a thief. From the Executive to Legislature, to Judiciary, thieves in big cars, smiles, and suits.

They steal even with their children. Like parents like children. You find behind a thieving government official, there is a thieving wife or son and daughter. Nobody is clean.

Now imagine, a Registrar of the WHOLE Judiciary, Anne Amadi, a woman who has powers to swear in Presidents of the Republic of Kenya, being as corrupt and crooked as nothing else in the country.

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The High Court has ordered that the bank accounts belonging to Anne Amadi, her son Brian Amadi and two others be frozen after they received about 89 million shillings from Dubai in a gold scam.

The gold scam has been in Kenya for a while, involving high-ranking officials at all levels of government. There are even allegations that someone who says “ORDER HONOURABLE MEMBERS” is involved in one.

The judiciary should be sacred but in Kenya, it is a brothel where all the criminals like Anne Amadi reside, subverting justice and selling it to the highest bidder.

The scariest thing is even if the High Court has ordered the freezing of her accounts, being that powerful within the Judiciary, by the end of the day, she would have received another “order” from another “friendly” judge, unfreezing them.

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Poisonous Sugar

Kenya is so corrupt that the filthy corrupt rich individuals want to poison and murder Kenyans en masse.

Top government officials within KEBS okayed the release of poisonous Sugar to be repackaged and sold to Kenyans.

Nobody knows how many Kenyans have consumed that poison, worth killing at least 20 million Kenyans in the near future. They are tired of us and stealing from us now they want to kill us.

Suspending KEBS officials without telling us who the sugar was released to, indications he/she is a “powerful” person somewhere, is not helping Kenyans. Such people should be rotting in jail.

KEMSA Scandal

The Anne Amadi scandal is coming less than a week after President William Ruto fired one of the PSs within the Ministry of Health, and disbanded the whole of the KEMSA board over a scandal that would have cost Kenyans a whole 4 billion shillings.

It is not clear whether the cash was already lost because historically, in Kenya, we “discover” when the money is already gone. For KEMSA, there are allegations that a son of a “very powerful politician” is involved. But people are talking about it in whispers.

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Poisonous Powdered Milk

During the week, the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) impounded expired powdered milk worth 75 million shillings in one of the godowns in Nairobi being repackaged for sale to Kenyans.

The powdered milk which expired some years ago was set to be “destroyed” but “Wakenya majambazi ni nani.” And as usual, nobody knows who owns the godown or the expired milk. Same script. They are always unknown and mysterious.

But, Khabusie!




About Juma

Juma is an enthusiastic journalist who believes that journalism has power to change the world either negatively or positively depending on how one uses it.(020) 528 0222 or Email: info@sokodirectory.com

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