Child Welfare Society of Kenya (CWSK) CEO, Irene Mureithi, has been sent on compulsory leave to pave way for investigations following allegations of misconduct and misappropriation of funds at the society.
This site was the first to expose deep sitted malpractice at the government institution, and two weeks ago we were aware that Irene Mureithi goose was cooked that she was to be sent home.
Irene Mureithi led the organisation for over 17 years.
In mid September 2019, the government of Kenya (GoK) ordered an audit on the institution.
The CWSK was exposed as a double dealing institution where vulnerable children are further exploited and used as guinea pigs. This was exposed by a local media station.
Cnyakundi.com exposed what was left out: the financial impropriety. Irene and company were making money and also looting the institution.
Documents showed that a driver with knowledge of the scandals at the CWSK blackmailed the management into being a signatory of accounts. The driver, a Francis Thiongo who is also a technician at CWSK was receiving salary for years without reporting to work. Irene, the CEO couldn’t sack him because of the information he holds against her and her miscreant gangs.
CWSK rogue management had some firms that they used to rob the institution. Cheki, the car dealer was named alongside Aburo General Contractors, Razia Investment Limited, Newtomic Electrical & Gen Contractors Ltd, Razia Investment Ltd and Lubimbayi Limited.
Irene Mureithi used his son’s Michael Mureithi car dealership, Cheki Motors, to launder money from proceeds of crime.
Procurement weren’t followed at all, as sharks already known by the CEO lined. They looted funds in dubious development projects, which the GoK has now frozen.
Staff at the institution also complained of slave-like-conditions under Irene Mureithi, who lived like a queen from proceeds of corruption.
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