Kenya Pipeline Chairman & CEO’s Attempt To Steal Kshs. 11 Billion Halted By Parliament

PICTURED: Joe Sang who wanted to steal Kshs. 11 Billion, using Zakhem International. Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto were said to be beneficiaries of this variations. 

After his girlfriend arrogantly dismissed Cyprian Nyakundi’s attempts to work out a dispute resolution mechanism, the Chairman of Kenya Pipeline Company John Ngumi finds himself in the thick of things, over a recent court ruling and tender cancellation.

KPC MD Joe Sang and Chairman John Ngumi had hoped to steal a whopping Kshs. 11 Billion, laundered through variations and manipulated costs imposed by Zakhem International, who are building a new pipeline from Mombasa to Nairobi.
Senate’s Public Investments Committee halted the payments, which were brought last minute, and weren’t part of the initial bid cost. It is said that Joe Sang and John Ngumi connived together with Zakhem officials, to inflate the costs midway, to enable the two thieves make away with taxpayers money.

Late last year, subcontractors working on the pipeline have distanced themselves from extra claim that the main contractor is demanding from the Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC). They laid the blame squarely on Lebanese-owned Zakhem International, which was seeking the extra money on behalf of Joe Sang and John Ngumi.

Caption: John Ngumi the Kenya Pipeline Company Looter who usually bribes pathetic Kenyan media journos to say that he is a genius yet he is the biggest crook who should be in Kamiti

First and foremost, the new pipeline was unnecessary, as Kenya has not had a sudden surge of vehicles or demand for petroleum. The project was conceived with the sole-purpose of creating a gravy-train, where Joe Sang and John Ngumi would embezzle taxpayers money.

“The committee has today ordered KPC not to accept the cost variation made by Zakhem International on the Mombasa-Nairobi pipeline,” read a statement by the committee.

The Sh48 billion project is the country’s second largest infrastructure undertaking.

Bribed journalists like Standard’s Joseph Thiongo were busy drum-beating on the delusional benefits of the project, in a bid to sanitise the heist by Joe Sang and John Ngumi. He was paid Kshs. 100,000 to run an article praising the project, despite the obvious financial implications.

Joe Sang and John Ngumi turned to commercial lenders for a $350 million (Sh36.3 billion) syndicated loan to bankroll the construction of this new Mombasa-Nairobi oil pipeline, burdening the country with debt, which has grown to unmanageable levels since President Uhuru Kenyatta assumed Government.

Sang and Ngumi are also suspected to have bribed Justice Edward Muriithi, to throw out a suit filed by Sinai victims of a fire tragedy, caused by KPC’s lack of installing a gadget which would have cost only Kshs. 10,000. The judge was bribed to throw the claims via a technicality.

It is evident that Joe Sang and John Ngumi are only pre-occupying themselves with corruption and looting of taxpayers money, while posturing as angels sent to save us. These characters are definitely stealing the money on behalf of Uhuru and Ruto, which is the reason why we want to vote Jubilee out.

We hereby attach a video clip from Marakwet people, who have said NO to Jubilee due to such cases of corruption.


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