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Former AG summoned over rogue tender.

ByAndrew Thuku

Jul 22, 2020

Written by Andrew Thuku,

The senate committee chaired by Sen. Adan Dullo Fatuma has summoned Former Ag Mr.Githu Mwigai as they try to piece together how a 38 billion tender ended up to be a 63 billion tender. At the time of the the tendering process Former AG Mr. Githu was the Legal adviser of ministry of health. A nine-member committee are questioning the former AG so that he can share what he knows about the MES(Managed Equipment Service).

The charlady of the committee said that they have lined up some key people for questioning. “We have about five key witnesses in this investigation. One of the key witnesses is an ambassador somewhere out of the country,” she said. This comes as the committee was added 23more days so that they can conclude their investigations and present a report to the senate by August 4th.

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“We were unable to conclude this report simply because the Covid-19 pandemic came and the conditions that were set during the early stages of the disease. We were unable to continue and we were told to step down,” Dullo said.

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