Another scandal under UHURU as it emerges that NHIF paid millions taxpayers’ money to non-existent service provider

...outpatient services for civil servants for a year using St. Lavina Medical and Laboratory Services.

When the NHIF raised a red flag on the suspicious deal after paying the company three times, Indeche and his wife hurriedly converted the business into a Limited Company and sold it to another person and resigned as directors.

However, according to court records, Indeche’s wife remained as a signatory of the firm, meaning that she had not resigned as alleged.

“His wife signed the contract despite pretence that the two had resigned from the firm.”

“The evidence shows that both were quite instrumental figures and the controlling minds in all transactions from inception,” said Justice Francis Gikonyo.


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