A senior journalist attached to the Presidential Delivery Unit Mr Nixon Nganga, is on the spot for coercing journalists to give multibillion Tatu City Project a positive coverage.
In a press briefing held on Friday by one of the foreign investors Stephen Jennings, Nganga required that all journalists present send him the stories before publishing.
Previously, Nganga worked with Citizen TV before landing a job at the Presidential Delivery Unit.
Tatu City has been on the spot over tax evasion and money laundering accusations, with pioneering shareholders Nahashon Nyaga and Stephen Mwagiru filing petition.
The two claimed there was need to protect the interest of Kenyans in the project.
Recently, the Kenya Revenue Authority halted sale of properties at the Tatu City owned by Kofinaf, after massive allegations of money laundering, swindling of buyers and tax evasion. At the centre of the allegation is Stephen Jennings, who has allegedly not only swindled potential investors, but also his fellow investors.
Consequently, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has launched a high voltage investigation into the allegations.
In the press conference, Jennings blamed unnamed forces for spreading falsehoods about Tatu city. However, he did not document his claims through documentation.
Kahawa Tungu‘s investigative desk has delved into the matter, and we shall be unearthing some lies that Stephen Jennings has been telling to the public.
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