How Ann Waiguru Stole NYS Money


Ms Josephine Kabura Irungu is the woman who has uncovered stunning subtle elements of how previous Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru was included in taking Sh 791m NYS cash. But everyone wants to know how Ann Waiguru stole or was involved in the theft of the NYS Money scandal, yeah!

By, the previous CS requested her to exchange Sh 80 million which was covered up in Waiguru’s office and later shared the plunder. In a sworn 112-point testimony, Kabura claims Waiguru knew her workplaces could be attacked by criminologists. The previous CS requested her to briskly exchange the trade to undisclosed area out Runda.

In the sworn statement, Irungu, a beautician, says she met Waiguru while working at Kenya Data Networks in the middle of April and May 2012 and they got to be companions and awesome colleagues. From that point, at Waiguru’s demand, she thought about her CV literally to her Evergreen House number 29 in Runda where Waiguru acquainted her with her gang.

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“She educated me that she could connect me with compelling and creative temporary workers at the Finance service, including a Mr Karani Nyamu who, she said, she had presented (her dear companion and business partner). She let me know she had helped with securing real contracts through his organizations Verve K.O and Zinga Technologies, which do ICT counseling and major ICT venture implementation,”said Irungu The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission is yet to react to the entire story. The body had cleared Waiguru of any association in debasement at the NYS, yet neglected to clear previous NYS manager Nelson Githinji.

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