Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC), the house of nepotism, corruption, plunder and impunity is finally being audited.
According to reports, the audit that was supposed to start on 31st January, 2019, began on Monday, 18th February, 2019, will look into among other issues, the alleged fraud concerning oil dealings at the state parastatal.
CNYAKUNDI.COM has written extensively about looting at the parastatal. Here are some of the articles concerning corruption at KPC.
Of tenderpreneurs, overpriced tenders and faulty supplies: Read Industrial-Scale Looting: Kenya Pipeline 1 Billion Scam Exposed
Attempt to silence staff who expose the graft: Read KENYA PIPELINE HEIST: Staff Issued With Gag-Orders
Looting with impunity and reckless abandon: Read Bigger than NYS and MOH Scandal : High Density Email Names those Looting Kenya Pipeline Company
Pocketing the anti-corruption watchdog chief: Read How EACC Director Halakhe Waqo Was Bribed by Kenya Pipeline Managers To Kill Scandal Investigations
Corruption and nepotism at KPC: Read Email to Cyprian Nyakundi exposes Nepotism, Corruption and Victimization of Staff at Kenya Pipeline Company.
More mega corruption:Read Kenya Pipeline Chairman & CEO’s Attempt To Steal Kshs. 11 Billion Halted By Parliament
House of corruption with masters and protectors on in high places: Read How Plan To Fire Kenya Pipeline MD Joe Sang Backfired
Looting like a walk in the park: Read Attached: Internal Audit Report Detailing Kshs. 400 Million Loss At Kenya Pipeline Company
The much needed, though late reprieve at arrests of criminal bosses at KPC: Read DCI Arrests Top Kenya Pipeline Company Managers
Though arrests were made in December 2018, Kenyans are yet to see any tangible prosecution and sentencing. The looting still continues and two months into 2019, the following has happened at KPC.
1. Irregular payments of Kes. 800 million was made, according to Auditor General Edward Ouko, Report ending June 2018.
2. Amaco Insurance fraudulently brought midway through a multi-million shilling contract that had been awarded to CIC Insurance.
3. Irregular payments of staff through dubious overtime, petty cash and accessories claims.
4. Unapproved recruitment and appointment of staff to nonexistent positions. Remember the case of one Peter Jabone Mbugua Njenga who was employed as General Manager of Operations and Maintenance , overseeing a Kes. 10 billion portfolio and over 600 engineers? The man had forged academic papers and work experience.
5. Irregular purchase of motor vehicle spare parts.
This truly is a graft-laden corporation, even without mentioning the oil spillage scandals.
CNYAKUNDI.COM urges the auditors to do a thorough job and the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji to pull up his socks and make sure these criminals face justice they deserve.
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