This is why new NYS boss, MATILDA SAKWA may be sacked by UHURU - See what she said just like ANNE WAIGURU did


Monday August 27, 2018 - The newly appointed National Youth Service (NYS), Director General, Matilda Sakwa, may be sacked by President Uhuru Kenyatta if what she said on Monday is anything to go by.

In an interview with NTV, Matilda refused to admit that there are cartels inside NYS who steal money like there is no tomorrow.

Over the last 4 years, around Sh 20 billion has been lost in NYS making it one of the most corrupt institutions in the history of Kenya.

But despite these glaring facts, Matilda said there are no cartels in NYS and added that poor structures and systems are to blame for the massive looting that has happened in the past.
Sakwa, who is the immediate former Machakos County Commissioner, said if proper procedures were followed in procurement and payment of the tender money, then NYS would not have lost even a cent.

"Whenever the name National Youth Service comes up, many people think of a graft-riddled institution on its knees. But for the last two months I have been here, I have not seen any cartels. They might be within and without but we can fight them with proper systems," Matilda said.

Sakwa said finance and procurement officers took advantage of the cartel-like movement to mint public money because they knew no one would trace them.

"Just the other day someone came demanding about Sh7 million for goods. She could not produce a requisition note or the LPO, but she only demanded payment with a delivery note. Can you in your sober mind process such payment?" she asked.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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