A source has confirmed that Nairobi Governor Mike ‘the Kevese’ Sonko corruption is way above what was thought in the past.
The man who has pocketed Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) by bribing all the detectives sent to interrogate him must have a a deep pocket. The only problem us that that deep pockets is as a result of flouting procurement rules, creative accounting and outright looting of coffers.
Mike Sonko uses a company by the name TIMNAPARK INVESTMENTS COMPANY LIMITED to loot Nairobu through influencing tenders for electrical supplies.
Timnapark have exclusive rights to electrical supplies in Nairobi county, becaue it is owned by the governor through his cousins.
A few weeks back, we reported that Mike ‘the Kevese” Sonko decided to use his access to the county coffers to end his woes with the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC).
The illiterate Sonko sent the Nairobi County Assembly Majority Leader, Abdi Guyo and Nairobi County – Finance CEC Halkano Waqo to bribe EACC detectives so as to go slow on his corruption case.
It is important to note that Mike Sonko hit the jackpot and is able to influence EACC because of Halkano Waqo. Halkano is the brother to Former EACC CEO, Mr. Halakhe Waqo).
This site can confirm that that EACC has been pocketed and that Sonko’s case will be a thing of the past. The case will now be frustrated and delayed and probably thrown out.
Earlier last month Mike Sonko was heavily questioned by EACC on corruption scandal involving over Kshs.600 million.
No More Help
In the past, Mike Sonko as such people as him would get of the hook quickly by making a call to state house. But the chief thief recently said everyone is on his own.
In late August, President Uhuru warned senior government officials and businessmen implicated in corruption not to expect help or intervention from him.
The President said people arrested over corruption should not bother calling him when the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji and his Directorate of Criminal Investigations counterpart George Kinoti strike.
“You will just read in the newspapers that someone has been picked up by detectives. It is upon everyone to think over their actions. The culture of calling for help is no more, it will be upon you to defend yourself,” the President said.
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