Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu was on Tuesday evening released on a Ksh.5 million bond after being charged over abuse of office claims. Justice Mwilu, who was arrested on Tuesday afternoon, over alleged transactions involving the collapsed Imperial Bank, was also ordered to return to court on Wednesday for the continuation of the proceedings.
The embattled Deputy Chief Justice was charged with various counts among them abuse of office and forgery. She was arraigned at Milimani Law Courts on Tuesday evening. Justice Mwilu was charged that between August 15, 2013, and October 23 the same year at Imperial Bank Headquarters in Westlands, she used her office as a Judge of the Court of Appeal to improperly confer a benefit of Ksh.12 million to herself.
The Lady Justice was further charged with unlawful failure to pay taxes payable to the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) contrary to section 45(1)(d) as read with section 48 of the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act 2003.
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