The National Hospital Insurance Fund CEO Geoffrey Mwangi has said he remains unshaken in the midst of the biggest corruption scandals haunting him.
The CEO has also promised to fight back and marshall support from state-house to stop his possible arrest and prosecution. Our efforts to get a comment from the EACC on the 400 Million scandal that implicated Mwangi have remained futile as a source we reached out to promised to get back at the editor of this website on the progress of the matter.
There are many other scandals the editor of this website will focus on for instance the collusion between senior NHIF staffers with hospitals to fleece Kenyans.
Senior NHIF management staffers have formed shell companies that they use to award themselves lucrative tenders and hide the monies in tax havens, we can confirm.
In other news, those from Deputy President William Ruto’s camp are wondering why the NHIF corruption scandals have not been taken up by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, Office of Director of Public Prosecutions or the Ethics and Anti-corruption commission.
Mr Mwangi may say he is confident he will sail through the storm but the corruption he is linked to is shocking and heartbreaking. The national assembly summoned him pertaining the Ksh. 400 Million saga where he is said to have received a Ksh. 40 Million bribe.
It is chilling and hard to comprehend why State-House would stop the arrest and prosecution of Geoffrey Mwangi, yet President Uhuru Kenyatta has listed Universal Healthcare is a key enabler of his ‘Big Four’ legacy plan.
Corruption in the health sector has reached cancerous levels and it is time the whip is cracked. National Hospital Insurance Fund CEO Mr. Geoffrey Mwangi must be arrested and prosecuted over these open scandals if the anti-corruption purge was not started only to Punish William Ruto’s thieves.
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