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Corruption: NHIF CEO Geoffrey Mwangi Has Looted Approximately Ksh.6 Billion.

NHIF Chief Executive Officer Geoffrey Mwangi speaks at a past event

The embattled National Hospital Insurance Fund CEO Geoffrey Mwangi has looted approximately Ksh. 6 Billion from the state corporation, further sources have revealed.

Despite pressure from Kenyans on social media, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has refused to updated Kenyans on the progress of investigations after a Ksh. 400 Million scandals blew up, shocking Kenyans.

NHIF, Has been a cash-cow for a few individuals and the bosses at the helm have made it their habit to dance on poor Kenyans graves, as corruption becomes cancer in this country.

Mwangi, who comes from President Uhuru Kenyatta’s stronghold of Central Kenya is said to be untouchable and has bought several plots of land using money looted from the fund.

Other reports indicate that the funds are diverted into off-shore accounts with fears that all the accountability institutions including EACC and DCI have been pocketed by Mr Mwangi, a sly operative who knows how to escape responsibility for his crimes.

The asset recovery agency must move with speed and confiscate all these assets bought with poor Kenyans taxes, and demand an investigation on all real-estate firms and banks laundering money from state corporations and the private sector.

According to our sources, top NHIF bosses have formed shell companies that they are using to award themselves tenders and loot it to the ground despite president Uhuru Kenyatta, the state-house joker claiming that universal health-care is one of his big four agenda.


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