Sunday, 27 March 2016
No wonder! It's a game stones! By them experts
By Jacob Icia, Citizen Digital
Monday, 21 March 2016
Information is power. The fight against Joho's dirty deals haven't begun yesterday with the firearms issue, it has been an ongoing process, here I analyze how CC Nelson Marwa and H.E Uhuru Kenyatta have personally taken war on Joho since 2014.
On 2014, an intelligence report is released shared between CIA and Kenya NIS, linking Joho, his family and the Akasha's to serious drug trafficking and illegal activities at the coast costing billions.
In August 2015, Nelson Marwa working with Naval patrol forces intercept the first ship associated to Joho, ferrying 370.8kg of heroine, worth about 1.3 billions. This also aggrevates Cord's anger towards the govt. (This money was suspected, that it was for funding Okoa Kenya referendum).
President Kenyatta then leaves for Mombasa, and witnesses the sinking of the ship into the sea later in 2015, (Okoa Kenya referendum begins to flop). Late 2015, Nelson Marwa raises, alarm into the activities of leaders in the coast who seem to be colluding with Joho in his illegal business.
President Kenyatta calls for a meeting, he immediately sacks the managing director Gichiri Ndua, general manager for operations Twalib Khamisi, general manager for board and legal services Muthoni Gatere, general manager for corporate services Justis Nyarandi and head of security Mohamed Morowa Coast DCI Regional Commander Henry Ondieki got transferred to
Nairobi while Mombasa Port OCPD Zacheaous Ngeno was also sacked. (This left Joho even more naked, as the staff colluding with him had all been dismissed by President Kenyatta).
Thursday, Jan 7th 2016, President Kenyatta made an impromptu visit to Kenya Ferry services after tip off, (This is another channel of Joho's continued impunity).
At the visit, President Uhuru immediately sacks The Kenya Ferry Services (KFS) Managing Director Musa Hassan Musa, head of engineering services Amos Nyadero and operations boss Anthony Madzungu.
On Feb 10th, 2016, the govt, working with Nelson Marwa detects more illegal activities in Joho's clearing and forwarding companies, and to fix him up, Interior CS, Nkaiserry announces that. “All cargo will from now on, be cleared at the Mombasa port and not at container terminals"
After stripping off all the corrupt staff around Joho, the govt successfully seized thirty-nine containers which were stuffed with sugar, 64 with ethanol and 50 with rice, associated with Joho's CF company, estimated to be worth more than half a billion.
President Uhuru again flew to Coast, at the Mwakirunge dumping site, Mombasa, where he himself witnessed the destroying of the counterfeit goods, associated with Joho family.
Last week, Nelson Marwa influences action for the final assault on Joho, and his security guards were
withdrawn, hours later, the Firearms Chief Licencing Officer, gives another order revoking all the firearms assigned to him(Joho).
This has been the most powerful fight the head of state and Nelson Marwa have taken against a prominent suspect in drug trafficking and illegal trade. Where he was using his dirty deals to finance Cord's rising aggression.
Luckily the President' knew where to cut from. He has done right. It's good to appreciate that the
President' is working hard behind the scenes. It's just prudent you look for information...
Now you understand the war amongst Marwa, Uhuru Kenyatta, Joho and the entire Cord family.
If you have ever watched those action movies where drugs and illegal trade is involved... You may easily understand this post.
Wednesday, 16 March 2016
Monday, 14 March 2016
This are the people you call leaders who are war mongers. Kenya si ya mama yenu, you will either join up or shut up.
Friday, 4 March 2016
Friday, March 4 2016
- Kabando wa Kabando is seeking to compel the government to seize the more than £1 billion (Sh142 billion) looted from taxpayers and stashed in offshore bank accounts and prime real estate overseas, according to a forensic study by Kroll Associates.
- Mr Kabando now wants the Finance committee to make public the Kroll Report and take charge of tracing and recovering the pillaged assets hidden abroad.
Moi-era men named in the Kroll Report face asset seizure after a lawmaker petitioned the National Assembly to make the report public and recover assets from those alleged to have looted taxpayers’ money.
Mukurweini MP Kabando wa Kabando is seeking to compel the government to seize the more than £1 billion (Sh142 billion) looted from taxpayers and stashed in offshore bank accounts and prime real estate overseas, according to a forensic study by Kroll Associates.
The lawmaker, in a letter to the Speaker, says the report shows systematic looting of public resources and hidden in more than 40 tax havens around the world by way of cash in banks, land, ranches, and shares in blue-chip multinationals.
“On several occasions in 2013 and 2014, I requested statements … on the status of the Kroll report regarding accumulated illicit capital flight from Kenya,” said Kabando in the letter dated March3, 2016 addressed to National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi.
“It is quite perplexing that two years on no response has been received. Doesn’t this exemplify executive sabotage of parliamentary duties?”
Kabando now wants the Finance committee to make public the Kroll Report and take charge of tracing and recovering the pillaged assets hidden abroad.
The assets overseas include multi-million pound properties in London, New York, and South Africa; as well as a 10,000 hectare ranch in Australia.
President Mwai Kibaki hired Kroll Associates in 2003 to track and repatriate funds stashed abroad by business people and top public officials in the Kanu regime, but findings have never made public even after whistleblower site WikiLeaks published the explosive report in the run-up to the 2007 General Election.
Kanu operated a 40-year totalitarian administration until Mr Kibaki-led Narc dislodged it from power in the 2002 General Election.
Those named in the 110-page Kroll Report include retired President Moi’s sons Philip and Gideon, Joshua Kulei, who served as private secretary to Moi, ex-powerful Minister Nicholas Biwott and former VP Geroge Saitoti (deceased).
Mr Kulei allegedly owns several palatial residences in London “where his children go to school” says the report, giving addresses such as 19 Eaton Park, Cobham, Surrey, Flat 11, No49 and Lowdnes Square London.
In September 2007, then government spokesman Alfred Mutua (now Machakos governor), confirmed that the government had received the Kroll Report in 2004.
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) as well as its predecessors are yet to pursue those named and recover the loot.
“We even engaged the services of people like Kroll Associates and they told us that we lost so many billions. Kenyans were excited that all that money will come back. But what happened?” asked Finance minister Amos Kimunya during a parliamentary debate on August 23, 2011.
The Kroll Report said that Philip Moi had assets worth £384 million while his brother Gideon Moi (currently Baringo senator) was reported to be worth £550 million. This translates to Sh54.5 billion and Sh78.1 billion respectively at current exchange rates.
Some of the Kibaki government officials named in the Kroll Report include Stanley Murage, Kibaki’s private secretary and former State House comptroller Matere Keriri – said to be the faces behind a project dubbed Team Simoco to supply a multi-billion shilling police communications.
Transnational Bank is accused of being the launder of stolen cash to the tune of Sh13 billion to overseas accounts, according to the Kroll Report.