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Tuesday, 31 March 2015

LIST OF SHME 13 GOVERNORS NAMED

Governors who have appeared in the list include: Isaac Ruto (Bomet), Evans Kidero (Nairobi), Hassan Joho (Mombasa), Samuel Tunai (Narok), Cyprian Awiti (Homa Bay), Joseph Nanok (Turkana), Alfred Mutua (Machakos), Nadhif Jamah (Mandera), Godana Doyo (Isiolo), Okoth Obado (Migori), Amason Kingi (Kilifi), Peter Munya(Meru). Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto The Council of Governor Chair is said to have imensely accumulated wealth including 40 earth movers/tippers/graders all estimated at Sh400 million, chopper estimated at Sh300 million. He bought a palatial house in Ngong worth Sh33 million. He operates numerous petrol service stations. Other allegations against him are that the County Government hired ambulances at amonthlycost cost of Sh650,000 each. The ambulanes were acquired from the Kenya Red Cross Society through single sourcing. Evans Kidero See also: Debate on graft report begins today The Nairobi governor has been named in an inquiry into allegations of procurement irregularities by officers of Nairobi County Government in the signing of an MOU with Foton East Africa. It is alleged that he signed a deal worth Sh4.6 billion in a plan to launch the Metro Transportation System and the process is suspected to have been flawed. It is also alleged that before he left Mumias Sugar Company, Kidero processed legal fees of Sh300 million for services rendered to the company. The payment is alleged to have been paid to Mr Ojienda’s personal account held by the contracted firm of Ojienda &Co. advocates. Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho It is alleged that the Mwembe Tayari Market, which is designated a publ;ic market and whose foundation stone was laid by the first president of the of the Republic of Kenya in 1965 has been grabbed by Mr Bawazir and Zubedi. The grabbing was allegedly facilitated by the Mombasa County Governor, who authorised the demolition of the original burnt structure ostensibly to flush out muggers, drug users and criminals. Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi Kingi has been named in connection with allegations that the county government irregularly procured Governors houses at Sh140 million without following procurement procedures.


Governors who have appeared in the list include: Isaac Ruto (Bomet), Evans Kidero (Nairobi), Hassan Joho (Mombasa), Samuel Tunai (Narok), Cyprian Awiti (Homa Bay), Joseph Nanok (Turkana), Alfred Mutua (Machakos), Nadhif Jamah (Mandera), Godana Doyo (Isiolo), Okoth Obado (Migori), Amason Kingi (Kilifi), Peter Munya(Meru). Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto The Council of Governor Chair is said to have imensely accumulated wealth including 40 earth movers/tippers/graders all estimated at Sh400 million, chopper estimated at Sh300 million. He bought a palatial house in Ngong worth Sh33 million. He operates numerous petrol service stations. Other allegations against him are that the County Government hired ambulances at amonthlycost cost of Sh650,000 each. The ambulanes were acquired from the Kenya Red Cross Society through single sourcing. Evans Kidero See also: Debate on graft report begins today The Nairobi governor has been named in an inquiry into allegations of procurement irregularities by officers of Nairobi County Government in the signing of an MOU with Foton East Africa. It is alleged that he signed a deal worth Sh4.6 billion in a plan to launch the Metro Transportation System and the process is suspected to have been flawed. It is also alleged that before he left Mumias Sugar Company, Kidero processed legal fees of Sh300 million for services rendered to the company. The payment is alleged to have been paid to Mr Ojienda’s personal account held by the contracted firm of Ojienda &Co. advocates. Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho It is alleged that the Mwembe Tayari Market, which is designated a publ;ic market and whose foundation stone was laid by the first president of the of the Republic of Kenya in 1965 has been grabbed by Mr Bawazir and Zubedi. The grabbing was allegedly facilitated by the Mombasa County Governor, who authorised the demolition of the original burnt structure ostensibly to flush out muggers, drug users and criminals. Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi Kingi has been named in connection with allegations that the county government irregularly procured Governors houses at Sh140 million without following procurement procedures.
Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2000156779/kenyan-governors-in-the-much-awaited-list-of-shame