Sh36m ghost payments at KPA

Kenya Ports Authority lost Sh36.6 million in a span of one year through fictitious and fraudulent water supply deals spearheaded by some managers and contractors. Sources claimed the racket was played between a group of KPA junior staff allegedly supported by two managers said to be fighting to block a...

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Coptic Hospital under immigration probe

The Department of Immigration is investigating a report that Coptic Hospital owned by an Egyptian is corrupting the issuance of working permits to unqualified doctors and other alien personnel. A senior Immigration’s official revealed that his officers will comb through the matter after this newspaper raised concern following public concern...

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Plan to make Ruto bankrupt before 2022

Powerful forces surrounding Uhuru Kenyatta and said to be out to influence the 2022 succession which they refer to as UK22 are not sleeping as they craft schemes to curtail William Ruto from ascending to power. First was to force Ruto’s allies under pressure from state agents to drop their...

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Super PS linked to brewing prison crisis

Zeinab Hussein also known as Wanjiru Kinuthia the principal secretary for Correctional Services ministry has since her appointment worked hard to fight corruption within institutions that fall under her. The PS who has roots in Juja, Kiambu county, to win President Uhuru Kenyatta’s war on corruption, has been preaching anti-corruption...

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Radio Africa boss on the run

The whereabouts of Radio Africa Group chief executive officer Patrick Quarcoo is the talk in the media industry. Word has it that he recorded a statement with police over the Sh2.8 billion media advertising scandal. Quarcoo, a Ghanaian popularly known as PQ booked a date with the investigators after it...

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Bribery, politics mar KPA MD recruitment

The race for the advertised position of Kenya Ports Authority managing director currently held by Daniel Manduku in an acting capacity has attracted intense positioning of individuals eyeing for the lucrative post with claims of bribery, tribalism, politics, and media engagement and fixing potential candidates to the hold. The recruitment...

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Investor wants Shah to refund Sh500m

Share Pin Email Intrigues and controversy continue to unravel as Bidco chief executive Vimal Shah, former Central Bank of Kenya governor Nahashon Nyaga and a coffee farmer Stephen Mwagiru, lost controlling interests in the much touted Tatu City commercial venture. The investor has sworn to fight to the grave to...

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Big shots plan to buy state corporations

Our Correspondent The scramble for the 26 state-owned corporations lined up for sale has kicked off in earnest even before the exercise is officially launched. Uhuru Kenyatta, William Ruto, Daniel Moi and Mwai Kibaki together with Raila Odinga families are among those angling to go for the state corporations. Raila...

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Ministers fight to control farmers census

Share Pin Email   In a bid to rein in cartels minting billions of shillings from supplying fictitious maize to the National Cereal and Produce Board at the expense of farmers, Uhuru Kenyatta has come up with a new strategy. The president has directed the ICT ministry headed by cabinet...

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Fear Uhuru grooming Raila to succeed him as 2022

The walkout by Bomet lawmakers from a presidential function in protest against not being called to speak is seen by some in Uhuru Kenyatta’s half of Jubilee hut as part of William Ruto’s 2022 campaign team strategy to force his boss to openly declare his support for him in 2022....

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