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PS Omollo, NYS Director General Ndubai Step Down To Allow Investigation Into Sh. 9 Billion Scam

LILIAN OMOLLO
Public Service, Youth and Gender Principal Secretary, Lilian Mbogo Omollo and National Youth Service Director General Richard Ndubai step aside pending investigations into the mega Sh9 Billion scam/
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Public Service, Youth and Gender Principal Secretary, Lilian Mbogo Omollo and National Youth Service Director General Richard Ndubai step aside pending investigations into the mega Sh9 Billion scam/

Embattled National Youth Service (NYS) Director General Richard Ndubai and the Public Service, Youth and Gender Principal Secretary Lillian Mbogo Omollo have stepped aside to give room for investigation over the loss of Sh. 9 billion in the organisation.

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The two presented their letters to step aside to President Uhuru Kenyatta who accepted the offer to have the two officers who were majorly implicated in the scandal to step aside for three months.

State House spokesperson Manoah Esipisu confirmed their stepping aside and noted that  the head of state expected any other public officer implicated in the scam to also follow suit and step aside.

He said that investigations were being carried out to find out whether the payments were done in line with the procedure and whether they were done for services rendered.

The two public officers were allegedly behind the companies that received tenders to supply NYS, hired close relatives without a clear job description. They authorized payments to fake debtors at the expense of real ones.

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Written by Merxcine Cush

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