Broken deal: Another firm given KES 900m
06 April 2012, 10:43
Nairobi - Daily Nation reports that on Thursday, auctioneers descended on National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) to collect KES 923 million, on behalf of a maize supplier — even though he did not supply a single grain.
Jacob Juma, of Erad Supplies & General Contractors, was awarded the money through an arbitration process after he sued NCPB for breach of contract, and was represented by Nancy Baraza & Company, the former firm of suspended Deputy Chief Justice Nancy Baraza.
The auctioneers raided the NCPB headquarters and confiscated property of unknown value, including four vehicles, office equipment and furniture.
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