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The list of evaluated and recommended registered suppliers to Assets Recovery Agency for the period 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 is available here.

The Assets Recovery Agency through the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing, Urban Development and Public Works under the State Department for Public Works wish to invite bids from interested eligible tenderers for the following tender: Proposed Refurbishment of ARA offices at 21st Floor, UAP Old Mutual Tower in Nairobi. The advert is available here and the dates Addendum is available here.

Interested Bidders may examine and download tender document here and the floor plan layout here

A Mandera county official lost Sh62 million to the State after the High Court ruled that the money held in two accounts at Equity Bank is proceeds of crime and theft at the devolved unit.

Justice Mumbi Ngugi found that Abdi Mohamed Ali, the director of Livestock since February 2013, failed to explain how he made the money deposited between June 2014 and January 2020 when he received Sh9.9 million as salary from the county government.


Asset Recovery Agency  successfully used PROCALMA to recover money in a case involving smuggling of goods from Uganda without paying taxes. This was done in a judgement by Justice James Wakiaga on 8th June, 2021 when he delivered a forfeiture ruling against one Mr Josphat Kamau in Civil Application No 13 of 2020 {Asset Recovery Agency v Josphat Kamau} of approximately 45 million on the basis that they were proceeds of crimes for which the respondent had been charged in court. In the ongoing criminal matter, Mr Kamau has been charged with the offense of smuggling goods contrary to section 199(a), importing restricted goods contrary to section 200(a)(ii) as read with section 210(b) and importing goods which are concealed of the East African Community Customs Management Act, and which case is ongoing.

The Forfeiture orders can be accessed here.



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