Months after WAIGURU left, the biggest robbery of Kenyans’ money takes place at the NYS .... SHOCKING DETAILS


The following is a synopsis of activities at the National Youth Service that are impacting negatively on the integrity of its management and therefore justifying the need for investigations on irregularities in the procurement transactions feared to have occasioned theft of public funds through overbuying, overstocking and making payment for substandard goods in a scale feared to be much bigger than any other unearthed in the recent past.

Over a considerable period of time, it has become clearer that the PS MPYGA and DG NYS connect intimately in matters procurement.

They are proactive in payment of ‘correct’ suppliers and have regular strategy meetings over drinks outside the office.

Dr. Ndubai has deliberately allowed the PS, Lillian Omollo, to micro manage the Service where she regularly chairs ad hoc meetings to influence the determination of which firms to pay and/or award what order or contract.

The use of fake documents to supply and support payments has reached worrying heights.

Further, the fake documents have been used to support payments to firms, which did not make any deliveries by a well-organized cartel.

The following highlight some of the issues on areas that need special scrutiny: -

1) Large fictitious ‘pending bills’ have been approved and forwarded for payment and paid but are not in the original list drawn by an inter-ministerial verification committee that was commissioned immediately the Jubilee government took power. The perfect list drawn through an uncompromised validation committee has, however, been expanded with time through collusion with suppliers using this window to insert fake claims.

2) The cartels have influenced the payment in favor of fictitious bills sidelining genuine pending bills leading to auctioning of several service providers’ assets by auctioneers.

3) Forged and fake supply contracts have been used to obtain orders and processing of payments of hundreds of millions of shillings to favoured suppliers who own multiple trading firms that are trading concurrently and simultaneously to create fake competition during bidding.

4) Procurement of unnecessary goods, rations and....

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