Nairobi, Feb. 1 -- Former chief executive at the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) Geoffrey Mwangi has kicked off the process of reclaiming his job at the State corporation, a week after he was cleared from the Sh1.1 billion corruption case.

Should he be reinstated, Mr Mwangi will become the second senior government official suspended by the administration of former President Uhuru Kenyatta over alleged corruption to return to office after being cleared by the court.

Recently, former Kenya Pipeline Company managing director Joe Sang was reinstated to his position though in an acting capacity after the anti-corruption court cleared him from a Sh1.9 billion corruption scandal.

Most of the corruption cases instituted during Presiden...