She claimed that political analyst
Mutahi Ngunyi, who worked as a consultant for NYS, Mr Hassan Noor, who
was the Chief of Staff at the Devolution Ministry, Mr Harakhe and Mr
Joseph Mugwanja, the director of the Banking Fraud Department.
Kabura says that, prior to the KES 791 million contract, Waiguru had
assisted her to “secure other contracts, with about 30 LPOs for my other
companies, at NYS, with a value in excess of KES 400 million”.
described how she took “KES 10 million to Waiguru's house in Runda on
August 26, 2015”, which she was later told would be used to clean up her
image in the media.
“While in her house, she informed me that
my name would be included on the charge sheet with my three companies,
but since there was delivery of works and genuine documentation with
processes, CS Waiguru assured me that only ‘funny’ charges would be
preferred against me,” Kabura said.
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