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Sameer Africa Group Chairman, Naushad Merali In New Bribery Scandal

An anonymous tip received by the editor of this site shows Naushad Merali, the chairman of Sameer Group, in a new bribery scandal.

Merali is accused of giving a bribe of USD 5000 (Ksh. 500000) to fake Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) soldiers at Serena Hotel.

The bribe was meant to give him an edge on a tyre deal worth Ksh. 1.05 billion at the Ministry of Defence.

The fake KDF soldiers had demanded Ksh 105 million.

In February, the billionaire was in the media for all the wrong reasons after it emerged that he gave Ksh. 10 million to fraudsters impersonating President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Sameer Group is a vehicle tyre manufacturing company listed at the Nairobi Stock Exchange.

It’s an offence to give, receive or engage in activities that enable bribery.

CNYAKUNDI.COM therefore calls upon the Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) to investigate Merali.


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