Mo Sound has paid the people that did activations after we run an expose on the cartel company yesterday. They paid today, we can confirm.
Mo Sound was linked to the Safaricom corruption scandals after the release of the Safaricom KPMG Report, a report that we exclusively leaked a few years ago.
Rita Okuthe and Peter Arina seem to be the linkmen to some of these companies, where it is said that they still earn massive commissions to date, as a token for helping them get entrenched firmly in Safaricom. These two are regarded as the most corrupt individuals to have ever worked for Safaricom since its inception.
Mo Sound, which received the highest amounts in Purchase Order’s from Safaricom, amounting to almost Kshs. 331 Million, in the period of review between 2013-2015. Kavutha Mwanzia, Joy Wachira and Hassan Liwali are listed as the only contacts who the forensic auditors could place from media cuttings. Hassan Liwali seems to be a sibling to Fakii Liwali, currently in Coca Cola, because as you know, corporate Nairobi is all about cronyism and not merit.
According to the KPMG audit report, details as regards to the ownership of Mo Sound were not available at the Registrar of Companies office, something which needs to be investigated immediately.
But from our own searches, a character by the name of Kelvin Mulei appeared to be the “front” since he was just a DJ, who suddenly owns this company bagging huge contracts. He is also the founder of Groove Awards, indicating an obvious conflict of interest.
Mo Sound was contracted to offer roadshow and activation services for Safaricom, and were supposed to also provide detailed records of each activation. They failed to provide the auditors the same, because they knew they are untouchable and are firmly entrenched in the company, with contacts high up, contacts who live off commissions and kickbacks from the company.
It appears as if someone in Safaricom’s finance department tipped Mo Sound of the impending audit, enabling them to bribe the Registrar of Companies, to conceal details of their ownership because ownership could not be tracked. The only reason for this could be that there is a Safaricom staff member who is a director at Mo Sound.
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