The Tamarind Group has denied having any current ties with the stalled Migaa project that is run by Home Afrika.
They have acknowledged that they had a relationship with Home Afrika which ended in 2015. Tamarind Group CEO Jonathan Seex stated that they had a working relation ship that ceased and that Home Afrika owed them money which the y were still pursuing.
Yes it is true that we had a working relationship through a Technical Services Agreement with Home Africa in 2015, Jonathan Seex said
The CEO also said that they had written to Home Afrika to cease and desist from using their logo which had not happened and that they still made reference to their to a partnership that ceased to exist. They said that they cared about their customers and avoided partnering with companies that would ruin their reputation.
Home Afrika CEO Dan Awendo had earlier this week indicated that they still had an existing relationship and were looking for around Sh 800 million to complete the Tamarind Tree project.
Home Afrika had been making losses since 2015 a fact that Dan Awendo blamed on the poor governance structure within the company.
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