ACECA

AcronymDefinition
ACECAAnti Corruption and Economic Crimes Act (Kenya)
ACECAAmerican Council of Engineering Companies of Alabama (Montgomery, AL)
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Through Prof Tom Ojienda, Mr Waititu said the directive barring him from accessing the Kiambu County offices effectively removes him as a governor in violation of Section 62(6) of the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act and Section 33 of the County Governments Act, 2012.Section 62(1) of the ACECA provides that a public or state officer who is charged with corruption or economic crime shall be suspended at half pay until the conclusion of the case, so long as the case is concluded within two years.However, Section 62(6) of ACECA says that the above section does not apply to an office where the Constitution limits or provides grounds for the removal of the office holder or circumstances in which the office must be vacated.
UNDER THE HAMMER: The 1962 AC Aceca Coupe once owned by James Bond creator Ian Fleming
The Norwegian seismic survey company TGS-NOPEC Geophysical Company ASA said on Friday (16 September) that it had signed a letter of intent to acquire the United Kingdom-based geoscientific data company Aceca Limited.
The reason Section 62(6) was included in the ACECA is because of the unique nature of the job governors do and how they get to occupy those offices.
But the magistrate said the fact that the term 'fraud' on its own is not defined in ACECA is not a ground to dismiss a charge of corruption as the fraud itself forms part of the charge of corruption.
While, Section 62(6) of Aceca states that the above section does not apply to an office if the Constitution limits or provides for the grounds upon which the holder may be removed or circumstances in which the office must be vacated.Article 181(2), 182(d) and Section 33 of the County Governments Act, 2012, provides the process in which a governor may be removed from office.
Haji has sought a constitutional interpretation of Section 62 ( 6 ) of the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act (ACECA), which judges have cited to allow constitutional office holders and elected leaders back into office.
Contract notice: Prevention, Surveillance and warning works to control the dispersal of the camalote in the section of the guadiana river between mrida and the border with portugal, Aceca project, Interreg va spain-portugal
class="MsoNormalThis makes Mr Nyoro's proposed amendments to the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes (ACECA) almost as good as dead on arrival.
He said he would petition Parliament to amend the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act (ACECA).
In the factory records of the plant the car is listed as "the former prototype Aceca with extended track", which tested various technologies and engineering solutions.
This comes as the DPP is also lobbying Parliament to amend the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act (ACECA) to do away with provisions that guarantee public officials half their salaries and full allowances when they are on suspension after being charged.