Kenya: Kemsa Paid Foreign Firm an Extra Sh10 Million for PPE


Sumary of Kenya: Kemsa Paid Foreign Firm an Extra Sh10 Million for PPE:

  • Documents tabled before the committee chaired by Mvita MP Abdulswamad Nassir indicate Deekay Relief Limited, whose headquarters is in India, got an extra Sh10 million in a payment that was done promptly after delivery..
  • According to documents currently being examined by the committee, Deekay Relief Ltd Director Manpreet Singh Kohli did all the paperwork for the tender in the UK and used a Kenyan by the name Gideon Simiyu to deliver them to the Kemsa headquarters..
  • Mr Nassir said Mr Singh had ignored several emails and phone calls by the committee to appear before it over the Kemsa scandal..
  • The committee is considering enlisting the help of the immigration department in tracing Mr Singh’s whereabouts so that he can be compelled to face the committee..
  • A director of Deekay Relief Limited-Kenya, Mr Stephen Mutunga, told the MPs Mr Singh left the country in 2016 for the UK, where he established another company by the same name -Deekay Relief Limited – In 2018..
  • Sign up for free AllAfrica Newsletters Mr Mutunga said Mr Singh sold all his 1,000 shares to him and another woman only identified as Judith before shifting to the UK..
  • According to Mr Mutunga, Deekay Relief Limited-Kenya was incorporated on November 19, 2012 and did not do any business with Kemsa and is not even pre-qualified by the medical agency….

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