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  1. Ab-Titchaz

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    Drugs: Obama targets Mwau

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    Kilome MP Harun Mwau.


    By NATION Reporter (newsdesk@ke.nationmedia.com)

    Posted Thursday, June 2 2011 at 12:44

    US citizens who do business with Kilome MP John Harun Mwau risk going to jail for 30 years or being fined as much as Sh400 million.

    US President Barack Obama Thursday listed Mr Mwau and businesswoman Naima Mohamed Nyakinywa as drug traffickers and slapped harsh economic sanctions against them.

    Mr Obama's action comes barely two weeks after a court in Jersey asked for the extradition of Nambale MP Chris Okemo and former Kenya Power and Lighting Company boss Samuel Gichuru to be tried for corruption and money laundering.

    Mr Okemo chaired the Parliamentary Committee on Finance, which spearheaded efforts to reopen Charterhouse Bank, a firm the US claimed was being used by Mr Mwau for money laundering.

    Those listed as drug traffickers stand to lose all their property in the US, or any business in which they have an interest. This is because many international financial transfers are processed in the US.

    The Kingpin Act, signed into law on December 3, 1999, gives the US government power to seize property belonging to people the president believes are drug dealers.

    To block the property

    It also gives the government authority to block the property of any person or company "materially assisting in, or providing financial or technological support for or to, or providing goods or services in support of, the international narcotics trafficking activities of a person".

    US citizens are prohibited from doing business with listed suspects and those who violate the law can be fined up to $5 million (Sh400m) and face up to 30 years in jail. Companies can be fined up to $10 million (Sh800 million).

    President Obama, in a report to the US Congress dated June 1, 2011, wants Mr Mwau's US assets seized under the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act.

    The ban came alongside that of five other individuals from Mexico, Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan.

    A press release from the White House said in part: "This report to the Congress, under section 804(a) of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act, 21 U.S.C. 1901-1908 (the "Kingpin Act"), transmits my designations of the following seven foreign individuals as appropriate for sanctions under the Kingpin Act and reports my direction of sanctions against them under the Act".

    The others are Manuel Torres Felix (Mexico), Gonzalo Inzunza Inzunza (Mexico), Haji Lal Jan Ishaqzai (Afghanistan), Kamchybek Asanbekovich Kolbayev (Kyrgyzstan) and Javier Antonio Calle Serna (Colombia).

    These are not the first foreigners to be targeted by the US. Former Panama President Manuel Noriega was arrested and jailed over drug trafficking, while Colombian Pablo Escobar was killed after being on the run for decades.

    The US Treasury says all property and interests in property can be seized if it belongs to a person identified by the president as a "significant foreign narcotics trafficker".

    Property can also be taken over if the Secretary of Treasury, in consultation with the Attorney General and other departments, believes the owners help or take part in international narcotics trafficking activities.

    It is not clear what property Mr Mwau and Ms Nyakinywa own in the US, but Mr Mwau is linked to more than 12 companies that include the Nakumatt chain of supermarkets.

    A report tabled in Parliament by police also shows that Mr Mwau has vast interests in Mwundo Ltd, Africa Centre for Hope Initiative Everywhere, Harun International Ltd, JH City Ltd, Preme Ltd, JN Records Ltd, Pepe Enterprises Ltd, Sheltown Ltd, Sports Champions Ltd, Tom Brown Ltd, Vitu Ltd and Kuston Kenya Ltd.

    Allowed to comment

    A spokesman at the US embassy in Nairobi said they were not allowed to comment on White House decisions.

    Recently, Mr Mwau was among four MPs named in Parliament by Internal Security Minister George Saitoti over drug trafficking. The other MPs were Gidion Mbuvi (Makadara), William Kabogo (Juja) and Hassan Joho (Kisauni).

    The MPs were implicated in a report by former US ambassador Michael Ranneberger linking them to money laundering and drug dealing.

    However, police investigations failed to link them to the illegal trade. The detectives only established that Mr Mwau was the chairman of Pepe Inland Container depot in Athi River. On Thursday, Mr Mwau could not be reached for comment as his mobile went answered.

    "He was calm and jovially talked to the staff and visitors; he spent some hours in the office and then left for business engagement, there was no moment of betrayal in his character that we noticed," an aide to Mr Mwau, who requested not to be named, told the Nation around lunch time.

    Information on Ms Nyakinywa was scanty although reports indicated that she was among three Kenyans arrested in Dar es Salaam over the weekend in connection with drug trafficking. According to a source, police also seized at least three vehicles belonging to the suspects.

    However, CID director Ndegwa Muhoro said there were no papers to show that Ms Nyakinywa was Kenyan.

    "We have been trying to trace her nationality since last week, but so far we have not established she is Kenyan," he said.

    Recently, the US government announced that its Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) department will establish a permanent office in Nairobi to help choke local cocaine and heroin trafficking routes.


    Daily Nation:*- News*|Drugs: Obama targets Mwau
     
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    Kasahau ma-lord wa hapa bongo huyu Obama.
     
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    hivyo ana vyo wataja bila ushahidi hakuna repurcussions za kumchafulia mtu jina????????
     
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    wacha tuone kama huyu Mwau atakuwa na zile guts zake na arrogance. Polisi na serikali ya Kenya iko kwa pay roll yake lakini big brother ndio huyo, hope pesa zake ame stash huko huko America zichukuliwe. things are getting thick
     
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    Hii ishu mbona italeta utata. Kwanza huyu binadamu inasemekana ameshikwa Dar na kisha Kenya wanasema hawana uhakika kama
    ni mkenya...?
     
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    anaweza akawa ni mtanzania?
     
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    Ndilo swali ninalouliza.
     
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    Kama Kenya wanasema sio wao huku wakiwa na utaratibu mzuri kabisa wa ukaazi basi huyu atakuwa ni wa kwetu (bara) ambapo utaratibu wetu wa ukaazi ni potelea mbali
     
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    Daily Nation



    US citizens who do business with Kilome MP John Harun Mwau risk going to jail for 30 years or being fined as much as Sh400 million.
    US President Barack Obama Thursday listed Mr Mwau and businesswoman Naima Mohamed Nyakinywa as drug traffickers and slapped harsh economic sanctions against them.

    Mr Obama’s action comes barely two weeks after a court in Jersey asked for the extradition of Nambale MP Chris Okemo and former Kenya Power and Lighting Company boss Samuel Gichuru to be tried for corruption and money laundering.



    Mr Okemo chaired the Parliamentary Committee on Finance, which spearheaded efforts to reopen Charterhouse Bank, a firm the US claimed was being used by Mr Mwau for money laundering.

    Those listed as drug traffickers stand to lose all their property in the US, or any business in which they have an interest. This is because many international financial transfers are processed in the US.

    The Kingpin Act, signed into law on December 3, 1999, gives the US government power to seize property belonging to people the president believes are drug dealers.



    To block the property

    It also gives the government authority to block the property of any person or company “materially assisting in, or providing financial or technological support for or to, or providing goods or services in support of, the international narcotics trafficking activities of a person”.

    US citizens are prohibited from doing business with listed suspects and those who violate the law can be fined up to $5 million (Sh400m) and face up to 30 years in jail. Companies can be fined up to $10 million (Sh800 million).

    President Obama, in a report to the US Congress dated June 1, 2011, wants Mr Mwau’s US assets seized under the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act.


    The ban came alongside that of five other individuals from Mexico, Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan.

    A press release from the White House said in part: “This report to the Congress, under section 804(a) of the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act, 21 U.S.C. 1901-1908 (the “Kingpin Act”), transmits my designations of the following seven foreign individuals as appropriate for sanctions under the Kingpin Act and reports my direction of sanctions against them under the Act”.

    The others are Manuel Torres Felix (Mexico), Gonzalo Inzunza Inzunza (Mexico), Haji Lal Jan Ishaqzai (Afghanistan), Kamchybek Asanbekovich Kolbayev (Kyrgyzstan) and Javier Antonio Calle Serna (Colombia).

    These are not the first foreigners to be targeted by the US. Former Panama President Manuel Noriega was arrested and jailed over drug trafficking, while Colombian Pablo Escobar was killed after being on the run for decades.
     
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    yule mbunge wa jimbo la kilome,nchini kenya,mr.harun mwau,anayetuhumiwa na marekani kama anajihusisha na biashara ya madawa ya kulevya,aliacha kazi ktk jeshi la police la kenya kisa kuambiwa anyoe ndevu.akasema kama ni kazi basi siwezi kunyoa ndevu.Na ni miongoni mwa watu matajiri sana kenya kama sio wa kwanza.

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    Embattled Kilome MP John Harun Mwau has taken his latest battle with the US to the High Court June 3, 2011. FILE

    By SATURDAY NATION TEAM
    Posted Friday, June 3 2011


    Embattled Kilome MP John Harun Mwau has taken his latest battle with the US to the High Court.


    Mr Mwau also blamed his inclusion on a list of drug barons on forces out to grab his businesses in the country.

    However, the MP only disclosed that he owned several real estate properties and a bank account in America.

    "The truth of the matter is that some people in the US are after my businesses; they should tell me politely if they want me to surrender the businesses to them, but not use unorthodox tactics to secure what is rightfully my sweat," the MP said.

    "With all their state of the art surveillance, why didn't they detect my said criminal nature for all those years?" he posed, adding: "I have stated this fact before and I am repeating it once again. I have never and will never be involved in drug trafficking or other ills that present a negative picture."

    In an application filed through Allois Kwengu of Kwengu and Company advocates, Mr Mwau named former US ambassador Michael Ranneberger as the first defendant.

    "It is true I was in the High Court in the morning as it was necessary to file the application today," he said.

    The MP blamed his woes on Mr Ranneberger, saying, he had fed President Barack Obama with malicious reports about him.

    "The US embassy has been trailing me using its vehicles. The first incident which I reported to the police was in January this year; the second incident happened soon after I filed a case against the then US ambassador Michael Ranneberger," he said.

    A defiant Mr Mwau said the sanctions will not cripple his business empire, estimated at billions of shillings.

    "Serious businessmen are focusing their eyes on China and Asia as a whole. For the last ten years I have been dealing heavily with the Asian connection; Chinese banks have nothing that ties them to the US institutions or government. As far as I am concerned I am safe, and I am not missing my sleep."

    The MP said he was not worried about being hunted by the US.

    "I will not miss travelling to the US, actually it is no longer comfortable for one to fly to the US - you don't know whether you will arrive there safely, not with all the enemies who are after the US."

    Mr Mwau asked for evidence linking him to the illicit trade.

    "I am on record fighting bad governance. I have taken a President to court as well as the Attorney-General. I have fought corruption and I have never sold a cigarette in my life, how can they accuse me of trading in drugs."

    He said it was easy to trace drug barons and the US government was aware of this fact.

    "In Kenya, many people have been arrested peddling drugs, the trace has never come towards my direction. I have stated this fact before and I am repeating it once again; I have never and will never be involved in drug trafficking or other ills that present a negative picture".

    The MP said he will concentrate on his constituents.

    "Kilome voters gave me a mandate and I won't let them down. I still have some two years to complete the contract they gave me, that is where my focus is for now and these distractions want destroy me."

    Mr Mwau was named with businesswoman Naima Mohamed Nyakiniwa and five others from Mexico, Afghanistan and Kyrgyzstan as ‘significant foreign narcotics traffickers'.

    The others are Manuel Torres Felix (Mexico), Gonzalo Inzunza Inzunza (Mexico), Haji Lal Jan Ishaqzai (Afghanistan), Kamchybek Asanbekovich Kolbayev (Kyrgyzstan) and Javier Antonio Calle Serna (Colombia).

    They were then slapped with harsh economic sanctions by the US government under the Kingpin Act.

    According to the tough restrictions, any US citizen who does business with the suspects risks going to jail for 30 years or being fined up to Sh400 million.

    Those listed as drug traffickers stand to lose all their property in the US, or any business in which they have an interest. This is because many international financial transfers are processed in the US.

    The Kingpin Act, signed into law on December 3, 1999, gives the US government power to seize property belonging to people the President believes are drug dealers.

    It also gives the government authority to block the property of any person or company "materially assisting in, or providing financial or technological support for or to, or providing goods or services in support of, the international narcotics trafficking activities of a person".

    Ms Nyakiniywa, also known as "Mama Lela," heads one of the largest drug trafficking ring operating out of Nairobi.

    It is believed that her network coordinates drug shipments and links suppliers with couriers to transport drugs to Europe and the US. Asian heroin, Latin American cocaine, and precursor chemicals used to produce synthetic drugs, and typically supplies narcotics to associate members who operate their own drug trafficking businesses.

    It has also been reported that Mama Lela, has three different passports and is among three Kenyans being held in Tanzania after being found with five kilos of cocaine valued at 22 million Kenyan Shillings.

    Mr Mwau on the other hand, the US official say was actively engaged in importing narcotics into Kenya and protecting narcotics traffickers.

    The official believes that the MP may have begun his involvement in narcotics trafficking while serving on the police force and travelling overseas to compete in shooting competitions.

    He is believed to have used the overseas events and his policy status to move narcotics.

    On Friday, the former Transport assistant minister's aides accused former US Ambassador Mr Michael Raneberger for the economic sanctions slammed upon him by President Barack Obama.

    The aide who asked not to be named said Mr Mwau was not surprised by the US move coming just a few months after Mr Ranneberger left the country after his tour of duty ended.

    Mr Mwau took on Mr Ranneberger soon in parliament and later on filed a case against the US envoy soon after he linked him and three other MPs to money laundering and drug dealing.

    The case which Mr Mwau filed against Mr Ranneberger will come up next week.

    "Mr Ranneberger gave a misleading report which the US government relied upon to punish our boss", says a close aide.

    "We would like the US government to lay bear their evidence against Mwau, who are his associates in the drug empire and if indeed they have the dossier why are they keeping it to themselves, Mr Mwau will be much interested like anyone else to know these details", says the aide.

    He said that the MP believed the envoy gave a misleading report to his government.

    Mr Davies Musau, another of his close associate said Mr Mwau would weather the current storm.

    "He is a seasoned politician and business magnate, these are some of the ups and downs that comes at one time in life, Mr Mwau will weather the storm, a ban in the US will not affect his political or business ambitions", says Mr Musau in Machakos.

    A number of Kilome constituents interviewed by the nation yesterday described the ordeal facing their MP as ‘a storm in a tea cup'.

    "We love him and we will accept him the way he is, he has done a lot for us", says Teresiah Munuve, 73.

    His constituents have every reason to stick to their MP after Kilome constituency was recently voted among the top in the management of the Constituency Development Fund in the country.

    "He is a good manager and a smart politician too, I can't believe this", says schoolteacher Alfred Mutinda.

    Mr Mwau has shown keen interest in contesting the Makueni senate seat in next year's elections.
    But critics say the move by the US government will definitely affect Mwau's businesses locally and internationally.

    "The move by the US government has come with some strings attached and this is where the dent will be seen", said a close aide of Mr Mwau.
     
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    U-hatari wake upo wapi hapo!
     
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    Wht is yr point kwa habari yako!?
     
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    Edit hiyo heading yako!
     
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    ndo huyo kwenye avatar yako au? heb tuwekee picha yake ili tukikutana naye kwa barabara tumkimbie
     
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    Absolutely point yake ni upi ? Kwa sababu kama ni mkenya what has that got to do with us or jf ??? Sisi tunajali nyumbani ---- inatusumbua nini hata kama mtajiri utajiri yake inhusikaa je na sisi hapo bongo ??? Dirty money does not make us shake ......

    Aise look for a productive topic for discusssion jamani. In actual fact i hate kenyaians na waganda please do not bring this topic on air please please
     
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    Absolutely and thanks for answering ???? I think he should revisit the topic --- after all what has his drug dirty money has to do with bongoland guys ---- we do not even need to discuse kabisa ---- we need productive topics from intellectuals. In actual fact i am sorry i hate kenyaians ==== sorry about that they are snobish and that is why. Sorry lakini ndio mawazo yangu.
     
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    Kiingereza cha wapi hcho Blessings 'kenyaians'. . .??
     
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    Woman on Obama list held over drugs in Dar



    Updated 34 min(s) ago


    By Cyrus Ombati


    The Kenyan woman who was named by the President Barak Obama as a suspected drug kingpin alongside Kilome MP Harun Mwau was charged in Dar es Salaam after being arrested with hard drugs. When Tanzanian police burst into Nyakinywa Naima Mohamed's residence in Dar es Salaam's Mbezi suburbs beach on Wednesday morning, she did not know she was on a list of international drug kingpins.

    Nyakinywa, who is also known as Mama Lela, was arrested on Wednesday morning alongside two other Kenyans while in possession of 5kg of cocaine valued at Sh22 million, hours before the US authorities cited her.Kenyan offi cials in Tanzania said the woman and two other Kenyans identified as Anthony Karanja Asa Kibunja, and Ben Ngare Macharia appeared in court where they were charged with drug trafficking.

    In her house, where the drugs were, police said they found documents identifying her as Mwanaidi Ramadhan Mfundo.

    Head of Anti-Narcotics Unit Sebastian Ndaru said Friday, Mama Lela, as she is known, had evaded police dragnet for long.

    "She has many names and she never leaves traces that can lead to her detection or arrest. It was after a long trail that she was arrested in Dar-es-Salaam," said Ndaru.

    Mama Lela, born in September 2, 1962, is among drug lords whose assets the US President is seeking to seize.

    In Nairobi's Majengo area where she had been staying before moving to Tanzania, many knew her as a businesswoman.

    The woman, married to a former city councilor, has a wide businesses empire, ranging from cyber-cafes, saloons, motor vehicle spare parts shops, and rental houses.

    She is a mother of three and alleged to be doing business with the Government, especially the Ministry of Local Government, where she has several tenders.
    Two-year imprisonment

    Ndaru said she is also linked to a case in which a Kenyan is fighting extradition to German over drug trafficking.

    Kenyan Victor Oduor Opiyo, formerly a resident of Uhuru estate in Eastlands, Nairobi, is wanted in Germany for drug trafficking. He is among those whose pictures appear in the document. He is serving a two-year jail term. He is also fighting the extradition proceedings in court.

    Opiyo was first arrested on January 9, 2009, when he was found with several passports. Opiyo was arrested again on November 26, last year, after he jumped bail.


    He was taken to court on January 12, 2009, and sentenced to three years imprisonment after pleading guilty for giving misleading information to the Immigration. Later, he was released pending appeal.

    Opiyo was taken to court again in November last year, for jumping bail and committed to serve a jail term of two years.

    Ndaru said Mama Lela was the owner of the drugs Opiyo is accused of trafficking.

    "She has been elusive since the German authorities sought the extradition of Opiyo. She moved to Tanzania where she was arrested," said Ndaru.
    Obama used the US Kingpin Act to request for the freezing of the assets of all those named in the list released on June 1.

    The US Act of 1999 freezes the assets in the United States of international drug traffickers. It denies designated drug lords access to US financial and commercial systems.

    The Act requires that US Secretary of Treasury, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defence, and Director of CIA co-ordinate to identify drug kingpins and refer them to the President for sanctions.

    Out on bail

    The Anti-Narcotics Police Unit and the National Security Intelligence Service started to profile and publish details of suspects arrested for drug trafficking.
    Since 2009, the two agencies and others have been profiling the traffickers' cases and monitoring the progress of their court cases.

    Those profiled include three Nigerians, a Guinean, two Ugandans, a Tanzanian, a Zambian, and eight Kenyans.

    While some of the suspects are serving jail terms, some are out on bail pending determination of their cases. Others have jumped bail and fled Kenya.
    Among those whose images appear on the police document is Scolastica Namuyu Imbiti, whose two cases of drug trafficking are pending in court. She is remanded at the Langata Women's Prison.


    Imbiti was arrested on January 26, last year, with 23kg of heroin concealed in leather jackets at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. She was taken to court and bonded before being arrested again on February 5, with 3kg of cocaine and 645g of heroin.

    The other suspects named in the dossier are Ugandan nationals John Mugisha alias King, and Anne Birungi Bisaso who were arrested on June 7, last year, in connection with 21.4kg of cocaine valued at more than Sh80 million at JKIA.

    They are remanded at Kamiti Prison and Langata Women's Prison. Their cases were to come up for hearing from May 20.

    The team is looking for Tanzanian national Dickson Joakim Tengeneza who was arrested on October 21, 2009, for trafficking in 1.7kg of cocaine. His case is still pending but has since fled to Tanzania

    Nigerian Emmanuel Abbabio Kwaku who was arrested on November 10, 2009, in Mombasa with 5kg of heroin is also featuring in the dossier. He is serving a life sentence.


    The Standard | Online Edition :: Woman on Obama list held over drugs in Dar on Obama list held over drugs in Dar
     
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    Kumbe ni vita vya kibiashara kati ya America na China!.Kwa vile tu Nakumat wanaagiza zaidi kutoka China badala ya US.
    Ingekuwa Obama ana uchungu sana na madawa ya kulevya au na vifo vya raia wasio na hatia basi angepeleka drones na akaitaka UN ipitishe azimio kuhusu Mexico ambayo iko jirani nayo.
    Angalia habari za madawa ya kulevya huko Mexicon:
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    Eleven mass graves
    Eleven mass graves have been found in the southern state of Coahuila, according to officials.

    The Mexican army unearthed the graves in the village of Guerrero after an anonymous tip-off that led them to the area.

    Friday's discovery comes as forensic experts continued to try and identify the remains of hundreds of people buried in mass graves in the north of the country.
    The northern states are at the centre of a violent battle between rival drug gangs for control of lucrative smuggling routes to the United States.

    More mass graves unearthed in Mexico - Americas - Al Jazeera English
     
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