Sportpesa boss now reveals how he allegedly ‘looted’ sh265 million from Health Ministry

Thursday November 3, 2016- The company that belongs to Sportpesa owner, Paul Ndungu, has defended itself over the looting of sh5.3 billion from the Ministry of Health.

In a statement to Kenyans, Ndungu’s company by the name Life Care Medics, which was paid a whopping sh 265 million from the sh 5.3 billion loot, said it received the money for the supplies delivered in August.

Ndungu’s company noted that it requested the Minister of Health to put the sh265 million at Cooperative Bank in the last financial year as a guarantee to ensure it is paid after the supply.

Life Care Medics denied ever being paid the money without supplying the goods it was meant to supply as alleged by the Opposition.

Life Care Medics is owned by Paul Ndungu and Richard Waweru Ngatia both of who are President Uhuru Kenyatta’s chief financiers.


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  2. stealing stealing and stealing from very poor people

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