SHOCK as detectives unearth NYS scandal number 3 worth 1.2 billion and still counting even after NGIRITA’s - NYS is rotten to the core

Tuesday December 11, 2018 - Detectives have uncovered yet another corruption scandal at the National Youth Service involving fraudulent payments worth Ksh s1.2 billion.

Peter Ngumi from the Assets Recovery Agency and Investigating Officer Fredrick Musyoki, told a court that they came across the suspicious payments to more companies and individuals who had not been reported.

"Upon analyzing the bank statements and documents concerning the accounts of the respondents, I establish that they received funds fraudulently from the NYS and associates split into several transactions,” Musyoki said.

The documents revealed that Firstling Supplies received Kshs 795,199,245 million between July 4 and 13 in 2017.

Flagstone Merchants Limited received Kshs 195,176,275 million from NYS in March 2017.
Another company by the name Excella Supplies received Kshs 188, 890, 602 in payments.

On the other hand, Betty Omondi received a total of Kshs8.6 million in different payments in the months of February, April and July 2017.

This comes even as the NYS scandals number 1 and 2 are yet to be resolved with the suspects walking free.


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