After Acting Nairobi Governor Ann Kananu differed with MCA Peter Imwatok over the supply of maize floor to Nairobians adversely affected by Covid-19, the acting Deputy Governor has given the go ahead for the release.
The row that was unearthed by the Makongeni law maker, has seen the MCAs receive 100 bales each of ungaa to feed those who have been hit hard by Covid 19 in their respective wards.
Close to 40 elected MCA have so far received the maize flour.
The release comes after the county Minority Whip wrote to EACC to protest the move by the governor.
According to Imwatok Kananu must tell Nairobians the whereabouts of these ungaa all that time
“I have challenged one Kananu many times to tell us where they kept ungaa worth 85 million in a tender awarded to one family she hasn’t given answer to date the MCAs can now see for themselves… ..let’s hope Eacc will also investigate and tell the public how these Unga got thier way back to the county.” He said.
In a letter dated 26/4/2021 to Eacc Imwatok accused Kananu and his government for not following the law in the Unga tendering process saying one family was paid 85 million for supplying what was not delivered.
Company mentioned includes Asmara Ventures Limited, Throughout General Supplies,Msafiri Feeds Limited among others.
“Further interestingly no food was ever supplied to the county and food was ever distributed to anyone,” Imwatok told Eacc.Loading...
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