” We want to urge President William Ruto to move with speed and fire this man, he is corrupt and unfit to hold any public office,” said Wekesa.
He also called on the President to reign and deal with engineers working with Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KeRRA) Nairobi region over rooted kickbacks.
This call is as a result of a report exposed by an insider who requested for anonymity revealed that engineers based at the Kerra Nairobi region offices along Dunga road industrial area, we the most corrupt.
“If you visit this office , you will be shocked, Mr Mbogori is never seen in the office, and when you see him, he comes to draft deals of how he will get kick-backs from contractors,” the source said.
Some local media reports also says that Mbogori is so relaxed that he does not care no matter what complaints are raised against him.
“He does not care at all and even we have roads that have been done hurriedly after numerous complaints were made. For instance in Karen, hbd Ngara and even in Mathare. We suspect his connection with the Director-General has made him a don’t care man,” said the source.
Furthermore, reports have also emerged that there has been misuse of funds in the Nairobi office.
“We operate like we are in a jungle. Either you report to work or not that is your problem. Our boss has shown us. Why can’t our president do something because the reality is that we have problems in Nairobi,” said the source.
The local media reports also states that regional top officials linked to corruption are living under the fear they could be picked up at any time for interrogation.
According to sources, top managers in nairobi have registered firms using and operated by relatives and friends as proxies that win lucrative tenders and payments made promptly.
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