Jubilee vice-chairman David Murathe has found himself on the bad side with the Parliamentarians for failing to attend the court hearing which was scheduled today.
Members of Parliament have been angered by Murathe's decision to chose not to attend his hearing. The controversial jubilee vice-chairman is linked to the KEMSA saga where is believed that he was given a tender if worthy 4B Kenya shillings to supply some PPE's.
Reports over social media claim that Murathe is linked to Kilig limited, a company that won tenders to supply PPE kits to KEMSA. Murathe in his affidavit to the Parliament he denied those claims saying he has never been a shareholder or a director for Kilig limited company.
He goes on to explain he was only a signatory for that matter but not all other scandal is being tied with. His failure to attend the court hearing today has made the court reschedule the hearing for the 29th of April 2021where he is expected to show up.
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