The internal auditor who revealed the Sh5.1 billion graft claim at the Ministry of Health has been recalled to the National Treasury.
Mr Bernard Muchere was among 17 auditors moved in changes, which National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich said came about because of the promotion of senior internal auditors in the education ministry.
“The changes take effect from 9th December, 2016,” Mr Rotich said in a circular seen by the Nation.
Mr Muchere is the only one in the list who will be based at the internal audit headquarters at The Treasury in Nairobi.
The others were sent to the ministries of transport, education, industry, trade, interior, agriculture, tourism, sports, foreign affairs, as well as East African Community and other state departments.
He will be replaced by Mr Francis Njau, who was the head of internal audit unit for transport, infrastructure, housing and urban development.