Irrefutable evidence showing ESTER PASSARIS is worse than a Koinange prostitute – EQUITY CEO, JAMES MWANGI was saved by God

Monday June 3, 2019-In 2016, Nairobi Women Representative, Ester Passaris, made some sensational claims regarding celebrated Equity Bank CEO James Mwangi.

In an interview with a local daily, Passaris claimed that Equity CEO tried to sexually harass her when she was in a function at Mt Kenya Safari Club in Nanyuki.

She said the incident happened in early 2000s when she was running an advertising company named Adopt A Light.

She said she had a loan of Sh 60 million from Equity Bank and Mwangi approached her at the hotel and told her he can clear her loan if she accepts to sleep with her.

Passaris claimed Mwangi frustrated her business after she rejected his sexual overtures

She concluded by saying  Mwangi hired wheeler dealer, Brian Yongo, to file a winding up notice against her company, Winding Up Cause No.31 of 2010 at Milimani Courts.

She said Mwangi frustrated her and her children after she refused to sleep with him.

But since a lie gets halfway around the world  before truth puts on its boots, now the real truth has emerged.

Details have emerged about how Passaris booked a room at Mt Kenya Safari Club to lure the Equity bank CEO.

Equity Bank senior managers were having a function at the hotel and like a Koinange prostitute, Passaris booked a room to lure Mwangi into her dirty activities.

When Mwangi rejected her advances, the “dirty Delilah” was embarrassed and she went to the press claiming that the self-made billionaire had sexually harassed her.

These revelations come a day after a leaked conversation between Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko and Passaris.

In the conversation, Passaris was begging money from Sonko in exchange for sex. 

Sonko gave her the money but rejected the offer.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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