In a sworn affidavit written to Members of Parliament investigating the case, Murathe confirms he was a signatory to Kiliq Limited's Bank accounts.
Kiliq was reportedly formed just two months before the deal and contracted another company called Entec Technology LTD to supply the PPE's.
The Elgeyo Marakwet senator was reacting Murathe's admission yesterday that he was involved in KEMSA transactions that have been found to be corrupt.
"I am surprised that there is a Kenyan who didn’t know that Murathe is the father of corruption and tenderpreneurship," Murkomen tweeted.
But he said Murathe's involment is just a small matter compared with the person he represents.
"The sad news is that he is the agent. Who is the principal?," he asked.
The legislator did not name the principal. "Your guess is as good as mine," he added.
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