The National Oil CEO Maryjane Mwangi is set to be arrested by detectives over corruption that has led to the loss of billions from the National Oil Corporation.
The National Oil Corporation of Kenya is a fully integrated State Corporation involved in all aspects of the petroleum supply chain covering the upstream oil and gas exploration, midstream petroleum infrastructure development and downstream marketing of petroleum products.
A series of articles on this blog had exposed corruption within the state corporation. While the looting of Kenya Pipeline was purely a Kalenjin affair, the looting of National Oil Corporation has been purely a Kikuyu affair.
In our articles about the filth and rot within the National Oil Corporation of Kenya (NOCK) we illustrated just how sensitive and strategic this Parastatal really to the health and wealth of our Republic and the future generations.
According to our source, the once stable state corporation reached a point where it could not be able to pay salaries, due to greed that has seen it brought down.
The now-fired CEO, Maryjane Mwangi, who was accused of giving the corporations credit cards to her daughter for shopping while squandering the corporation’s money abroad.
The board members are irredeemably greedy begging the question as to why the ODPP and DCI have not started taking action, despite mountains of evidence shared on this blog.
Some reports had confided to this blog that the CEO might have compromised detectives to walk free despite the corruption but due to pressure, the former besieged CEO is set to be arrested.
In one matter that is being probed, detectives have been asked to question the former CEO on how ownership of the 5 title deeds changed hands from then-owner in 2010 to National Oil & to the current proprietor of Rosey flats/houses (Axed MD National Oil Corporation -Maryjane Mwangi )
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