The Kemsa scandal is one of the most talked about corruption puzzle given the fact that it came at a time a time when the country was in deep need of a clean service delivery. It came at a time when Kenyans thought that the government would have put aside the normal corrupt traits that we witness everyday to serve Kenyans at their time of need. However, the money that was expected to be utilised to purchase and manage the covid-19 situation in the country was later reported to have found other unknown businesses to do. With the ministry of health being under much critisizm on how the funds were utilised, some of the key suspects stood out to be responsible for the trials on the same.
One of the top government officials who works under government agencies is the former EACC CEO Halakhe Waqo. Halakhe Waqo was fell under the long list of individuals who were to be questioned and grilled over the corruption case that involved the Covid-19 funds. His handling of the Kemsa scandal was the key point to table him as one of the key interest points to get to the bottom of one of the biggest and the most ugly corruption cases in the country. Halakhe Waqo is facing a parliamentary grilling this Friday after he had initially asked for more time before his grilling was officially confirmed to be on this Friday.
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