- The delegation will visit several prime properties including Hobley estate in Buxtan next to the Affordable Housing Project.
- They will also visit the government staff quarters in Shanzu, adjacent to Shanzu Teachers College.
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission CEO Twalib Mbarak will on Tuesday undertake site visits to high-value public properties that have been recovered from grabbers in Mombasa.
Mbarak will be accompanied by Mombasa Governor Abdulswamad Nassir and other senior government officials.
EACC has said the site visit is expected to begin from 9:30 am.
The delegation will visit several prime properties including Hobley estate in Buxton next to the Affordable Housing Project.
They will also visit the government staff quarters in Shanzu, adjacent to Shanzu Teachers College.
The site visits will commence at the Buxton property and end with a joint press briefing by Mbarak and Governor Nassir at the Shanzu Estate.
"In addition, CEO Twalib Mbarak will address current issues relating to corruption in the country," EACC noted.
In the last five years, EACC filed 205 civil suits for the recovery of assets worth Sh27.9 billion and recovered assets worth Sh28 billion.
This is according to the 2023-2028 strategic plan which was launched in September.
Among these assets was public land worth Sh398 million recovered in Mombasa.
Other recovered assets included a 56-acre land belonging to the Meteorological Department, which is located at Industrial Area, Nairobi.
The land is valued at Sh5.2 billion.
EACC also recovered the 227.9-hectare Naivasha KARLO land worth Sh800 million and Sh830 million land belonging to the High Court at Kisumu.
Several blocks in the Nyahururu Municipality which were reserved for a bus park were also recovered.
The Sh42 million land was recovered through an out-of-court settlement.
EACC also noted the recovery of six parcels of land in Eldoret which belong to the County government of Uasin Gishu and the National Police Service valued at Sh1.9 billion.
A 0.4047-hectare land belonging to the Kenya Revenue Authority was recovered in Mtwapa Creek, and several illegally acquired Kenya Railways land in Kisumu were also recovered.
By June 30, which marked the lapsing of the 2018-2023 strategic plan, EACC had averted the loss of Sh39.2 billion of public funds.
During the same period, it traced assets worth Sh47.9 billion with Sh15.6 billion worth of assets being preserved.