DP RUTO’s Sh600 million beach hotel in Mombasa almost complete - Did he bribe NEMA (PHOTOs)

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - Deputy President William Ruto’s mega beach hotel in Mombasa is almost complete.

The hotel that sits on a 10-acre parcel and estimated to cost a staggering Sh600m, made headlines in August after journalists from a local media house were clobbered when they visited the site.

The National Environmental Authority (NEMA) had threatened to halt its further construction for encroaching on the Indian Ocean and blocking access to the beach.

However, Nema has since given the contractors a clean bill of health.

“An inspection was done and the sand that had been deposited and leveled on the beach has been removed,” Mombasa Nema boss, Stephen Wambua, said.

“We gave an order, they complied, we inspected and gave them a clean bill of health,” Mr Wambua added.

The facility dubbed Dolphin Hotel will be the biggest in Mombasa and is expected to give Pride Inn Paradise Hotel (currently the biggest hotel with 300 guest rooms) a run for their money.

This is DP Ruto’s second hotel after the controversial Weston Hotel in Nairobi as he makes forays into the hospitality industry.

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