Mutahi Ngunyi ready to refund NYS money
13 July 2016, 08:19
Nairobi - Political Analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has promised to repay excess money that was paid to his company for consulting for the National Youth Service.
In a letter addressed to Devolution Cabinet Secretary and in possession of News24, Ngunyi said that the The Consulting House board had instructed him to carry out an audit to determine whether the Company received excess money.
"If it is true that we received excess money, we will institute a speedy refund of the excess payment to the Treasury," reads part of the letter.
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Ngunyi also called on the CS to investigate how the excess payment was done without a dully signed invoice from his company adding that he wants to protect the reputation.
"We request you to investigate how the excess money was done without a duly signed invoice from The Consulting House," reads part of the letter.
The letter comes barely a month after the Auditor-General Edward Ouko revealed that Ngunyi was paid KES 12.5 million more than was due to him for developing a strategy for the NYS restructuring.
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