Finally, it has come true and clear today on how the funds were lost during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
This has been discovered after the former sports CS, Hassan Wario found guilty of abusing his office, that led to loss of public funds during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Apart from this, he was also found guilty of willfully failing to comply with applicable procedures and guidelines relating to management of public funds, a factor that also contributed largely to the loss of public funds in question.
Anti corruption magistrate Elizabeth Juma said Wario took advantage of his office and added an additional three people to the list of Team Kenya and had them paid allowances yet he had no mandate to do so.
Elizabeth Juma, the anti corruption magistrate said there was wastage of money during the Rio fiasco and Wario did not have a mandate to allow the additional three people to travel as Team Kenya.
The former sports cabinet secretary has been charged with poor management of public funds during the Olympic Games.
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