A businessman on Thursday narrated to the Nairobi court how he was duped into signing a fake laptop tender project worth 300M that was signed at William Ruto’s office.
Charles Kamolo Musinga while giving the testimony before the Nairobi Chief Magistrate Martha Mutuku revealed that the fake tender deal which saw them lose a whopping 180million was signed at Harambee House Annex at DP Ruto’s third floor office inside room 003.
“Further to my statement which I made on 13th August 2018, I would like to state that I took police officer to the office of Deputy President where I identified the office where we had gone on 30th may 2016 between 8:00 to 9:00 having used the VIP lift to the third-floor room 003 door number 005 where we found Muhoro seated as an employee of the government,” read part of Musinga’s statement.
The two complainants, namely Mr. Stephen Ngei Musyoka and Charles Kamolo Musinga who are co-directors at Makindu Motors Limited each owns 50% of the company shares.
Musingu revealed to the judge that one of the accused seven Mr. Augustine Matata convinced him that there were tenders to be applied and asked him to apply.
His worker by the name Solomon Muema would then inform him on May 18th 2018 that he had gotten an email revealing that Makindu Motors Limited had been shortlisted to undertake the 2018/2019 tenders.
After that, a meeting was organized at Ole Sereni Hotel and met a woman named Miss Muhoro and according to him, she introduced herself as the procurement officer at the office of the deputy president.
- 80 Year Old Man Dies In Dar City Lodge After Making Love With A Slayqueen
- Atheists Want Mosques And Churches Closed Due To Noise Pollution
Further, Musinga narrated to the judge that Miss Muhoro stated that she was the secretary to Mr. Wanyonyi, a purported assistant of William Ruto. After the meeting, Muhoro gave assurance of another meeting at the Harambee Annex where they would finalize the tender deal, which was to supply 2,800 laptops valued at 269 million Kenya shillings, and this would be financed by his co-director Ngei.
It later turned out that everything about the tender was fake including the LPOs that were signed.