The Chief Editor of this site has triumphed again after his campaign against cartels who are looting funds at Kenya Qatar Diaspora Sacco were placed under State probe.
The Chief editor has exposed the Kenya Qatar Diaspora Sacco Limited (KQDS); more Kenyans that have been scammed by the Sacco shared information in the replies and Facebook page inbox.
The Sacco which is managed by a conman posing as a pastor Habbakuk Wamududa, has perennially failed to honor its promises to its over 3000 members. Most Kenyan youths leave the country in search of greener pastures in the middle East. They endure much discrimination, Exploitation and untold hardships in order to make ends meet.
Some chose to start a good venture by opening a Savings and Cooperatives by the name of Kenya Qatar Diaspora Sacco Limited, but they ended up duped.
Their story is sad. The pastor involves himself in looting. For example, in the last elections, he used money stolen from the Sacco to fund the campaigns of a cousin who was running to be a member of County Assembly in Bungoma.
Some have been conned over Kshs. 200,000 yet the Sacco cannot even honor a loan of Kshs. 100,000. Whoever tries to raise a complaint with the management gets fired.
‘This man masquerading as a man of GOD is a very big thief. He has been arrogantly and proudly swindling members money from the sacco’, stated one member
Another member had to involve the services of a lawyer in order to be given back their log books. It is open thievery, unrestrained like a Greedy Hyena.
‘That Wamudu is a highly corrupt arrogant taxi driver.. that’s the only thing he can do hiding under the bible and long gowns with a priestly collar!’, another member shouted.
Where did the money go? The management led by Habakkuk has used the savings of hardworking Kenyans to enrich themselves.
After Chief Editor Cyprian Nyakundi recieving threats about his life for exposing the rot, the government of Kenya has now decided to act.
After this site publishing complains of many members of Kenya Qatar Diaspora Sacco Society about mismanagement of their funds, a move that has since forced the government to gazette investigations. A notice posted in last Friday’s Gazette by acting commissioner for Co-operative Development Geoffrey Njang’ombe said the investigation is expected to take two weeks and a report filed with his office.
“I authorise assistant director of co-operative audit Nelson Nyaga and principal co-operative officer Fenn Nzovu, both from Nairobi to hold an inquiry into operations of the Kenya Qatar Diaspora Sacco Society within fifteen days,” read the notice.
In 2018, Kenyans living abroad sent home Sh2.7 billion with a further Sh1.44 billion coming in between January to June this year.
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