Varsity students arrested for attempting to bribe their way to graduation
Two students of Catholic University have been arrested for attempting to bribe the school’s registrar to facilitate their graduation.
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), which made the arrests, named the two as Jecinta Mugure and Joan Kariuki.
EACC said the two were taken to the Milimani anti-corruption court, and charged on four counts for corruptly “offering a benefit C/S 39 (3) (a) ARW. S. 48 (1) ACECA 3 of 2003,” to which they pleaded not guilty.