In an explanation on Wednesday, May 19, the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) showed that the lead representative had shown up at the court regions as a state observer.
She is relied upon to give her assertion in regards to the outrage where previous Devolution and Planning PS Peter Mangiti and previous NYS manager Nelson Githinji are blamed for stealing the assets in 2015.
"Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru to affirm as indictment observer against previous Devolution and Planning PS Peter Mangiti and previous NYS supervisor Nelson Githinji over deceitful installment of Ksh791 million from NYS," read the explanation to some degree.
The embarrassment broke in 2015 while Waiguru was filling in as the Cabinet Secretary of Devolution, the Ministry accountable for NYS.
In 2016, Waiguru was, notwithstanding, cleared by the Ethics and Anti-defilement Commission (EACC) in the wake of asserting that she had gone about as an informant.
The trick included the deficiency of Ksh791 Million and a supposed scheme to take Ksh695 Million at the assistance.
The then EACC supervisor Halakhe Waqo, in a letter routed to the Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua, at that point, expressed that after examinations they discovered no proof to implicate Waiguru in the deceitful dealings at the young assistance.
He further added that there were no grounds to indict the previous CS.
"The commission has directed examinations on different claims addressing the National Youth Service and the Ministry of Devolution and National Planning. Up until now, our examinations have not set up any proof to warrant an antagonistic suggestion against the previous Cabinet Secretary, Ms Anne Mumbi Waiguru," the said letter read.
After the embarrassment broke, Waiguru surrendered in 2015 in the midst of mounting pressure from different quarters including the Opposition to leave office, after more unite cases were uncovered in her Ministry.
She clarified that she ventured down in light of the fact that the assaults on her were likewise influencing her family.