They are said to be involved in a fictitious procurement and payment of MCAs’ allowances for the financial years 2014/15 and 2016/17.
In a statement on Thursday, Haji said those involved are the county assembly clerk, Members of the County Assembly, together with suspects from finance and procurement department.
Haji said the payments were made through procurement of hotel services and payments of MCAs’ allowances.
They include; Micheal Owino Ooro, Issac Nyandege, Judith Omongi, Otieno Bob Kephas, Caroline Sang, Morris Amok and Edwin Okollo.
“I have received the file and I am satisfied the persons named herein actively participated in the perpetration of the alleged criminal activities and should, therefore, be charged and prosecuted,” he said.
Haji said they will be charged with various economic crimes.
In February, some Homa Bay MCAs asked the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate cases of alleged corruption at the assembly.
They accused some top assembly officials of using public funds to serve their personal interests.