A Narok County resident (words in bold) has written to cnyakundi.com about one County Education Chief officer Philip Neranto Tipaa.
In Kenya, most looters of public coffers often join politics to protect their ill-gotten wealth. This is the direction Ole Tipaa intends to take.
Philip Neranto Tipaa has declared his interest for Kilgoris Constituency parliamentary seat. He’s still siphoning money from Narok County coffers. Being the Narok County governor closest friend and partner in crime, they’re still milking this county dry. He’s dishing out money to the electorate to earn their support. His source of money, being the county education CO is questionable. I invite you to dig deep and investigate his source of money.
Yap, the source of his money as exposed in the past is:
The Chief Officer (CO) for Education in Narok County Government Mr. Philip Neranto Tipaa was appointed to office a few years ago and in those few years earning less that Ksh200k per month, the man now owns half of Trans Mara Sub County. He runs Lolgorian ward like his own home.
It is alleged that Mr. Neranto owns flats and buildings carefully spread across Narok county.
The former headteacher of Ilkarian Primary School has learnt the art of creative accounting in the education ministry under his charge that has seen him embezzled millions from the county coffers.
A source working at the county government of Narok told cnyakundi.com that Mr. Neranto’s fortunes have risen tenfold since he came into office in 2016.
Apart from buildings, the Maasai moran is said to be the owner of cows, cars and tracts of lands.
“He is putting up buildings at Lolgorian town like nobody’s business. He’s also buying high breed cattle and shambas so easily. He’s governor’s closest ally and probably knows his bank account passwords. He also bought a Toyota Hilux double cabin that roughly costs 6 million’, said the source on condition of anonymity.
It is also alleged that the Chief Officer has firms that do works for the county, that are owned through proxies. This is conflict of interest.
Apart from the assets mentioned above that the source stated are owned by Mr. Philip Neranto Tipaa, the buildings Neat Mara Guest House and Neat Mara Hotel, cnyakundi.com has learnt, are allegedly owned by him.
He together with Dikirr aka Tall have both declared interest for the same seat. Tall was former PA to the current MP Konchella and former CDF chairman. His hands are equally dirty. He squandered CDF money during his tenure. A lot of ghost projects and embezzlement have been witnessed. Tall is son in law to Gideon Konchella and nephew to the current Kimintet MCA Kuya Ole Kijape.
About Ole Kijape:
Bruising battle, tribes matter
Kijape supports Tall while Governor Samuel Tunai supports his friend and classmate Philip Tipaa who both attended Ang’ata Barrikoi Secondary school.
Other candidates are Shadrach Olong’ui Sabaya (a high school teacher) and Wilson Kipeno all from the Siria sub tribe of the Maasai community. The same sub-tribe that Governor Tunai comes from.
Konchella who is from Wuasinkishu subtribe and the incumbent is planning to defend his seat while former MP Julius Sunkuli from Moitanik is also planning a come back.
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