PS Lillian Mbogo Omollo and governor Anne Waiguru seems to be the key architects of the current NYS scam, according to insiders in the ministry.
While it is widely known that Anne Waiguru left the Ministry, the key conduit of the now governor in the scandal was Lillian Mbogo Omollo who still called the shots and maintained Anne Waiguru on the payroll until some time last year.
While Lillian Mbogo is from Embu, Waiguru is from Kirinyaga and the two are bossom budies who share a lot. In fact, the governor whose house is yet to be completed in Sagana, stays in PS Lillian Omollo’s house which she has rented.
Investigators have focused on Lillian Omollo after more than Ksh 200m was discovered in one of her accounts with the local banks.
The other point of focus in the investigations is Benard Ndugu who is a KRA official seconded to the Treasury as the IFMIS auditor.
Friends of Benard Ndung’u have recently noticed that he is building 5 buildings in Mathare 4A area with the houses coming up at a scary rate. Of the 5 buildings, 4 are 7 storey and one is 6 storey. Three of the buldings are all under different account names.
The construction of the 6 storey building is under his Standard Chartered account number 0100316097700 while one which was built in a record 6 months is under an Equity Bank account number 0010290543934 with the name of Phyllis Njoroge being used to mask the dealings.
Two of the buildings whose constructions commenced early this year are also on the 7th floor now with friends and co-workers suspecting that the money used in the projects are proceeds of NYS scandal.
While the President has ordered the PS and NYS boss to resign, it is believed that nothing will happen to the two as Lillian Oneko is married to Dick Oneko (Achieng’ Oneko’s son) who has always been rumoured to have been fathered by Jomo Kenyatta.
Dick Oneko closely resembles many of the Kenyatta family members.
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