Mullei was accused of appointing his son, Silla Mullei, as one of the consultants for CBK without following the laid down procurement procedures. As a result, the charge states, his son was paid Sh2, 619, 154.85 as consultancy fees.
He also faces three other charges of improperly appointing top economist Prof T C I Ryan, Forensic Auditor, Melville Smith and Titus Mwirigi as CBK
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