The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) has been caught up in that old Kenyan phrase of money looting and plundering.
Above is Covid-19 response funds, where did that money go?
General Mohamed Badi's Deputy Kang'ethe Thuku according to sources has been dismissed off duty by President Kenyatta following the disclosures that his inner circle diverted money intended to alleviate the spread of the Coronavirus infection.
As indicated by kenyannewsday, Kang'ethe has been undermining General Badi; he is blamed for opening the entryway on City Hall cartels whom NMS whose menace NMS was meant to address.
A report by the insightful offices shows that senior NMS staff stole funds through forgery and fake invoicing.
Records show that Kenya has gotten over Sh704 billion shillings in the battles againt COVID-19. However, there's nothing to show for it.
It is accounted for that Uhuru Kenyatta requested prompt ban of the cartels drove by Kang'ethe; among them NMS Head Of Human Resources Dominic Gicheru and Director Of Health Dr. Josephine Kibaru Mbae.NMS is presently worn out and filthy, the same as the Mike Sonko organization.
It was uncovered that NMS got a sum of Sh294 million from the public government towards response to Covid-19 control which was essential for Sh7.7 billion progressed to the regions in restrictive awards as a component of critical Covid-19 mediations.
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