32 Witnesses To Prove The Multi-Billion Kimwarer & Arror Dams Case

The prosecution led by Special Prosecutor and Senior Counsel Taib Ali Taib has lined up 32 witnesses to prove the case

The hearing of the multi-billion Kimwarer & Arror Dams case proceeded on Monday before Milimani Anti-Corruption Court where the first prosecution witness, Charity Mui was cross-examined.

Taib Ali Taib at the Milimani court on Monday for a hearing of the multi-billion Kimwarer & Arror Dams case
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Charity told Chief Magistrate Lawrence Mugambi how the accused persons conspired to float tenders for the 2 projects and awarded CMC di Ravenna- Itinera Joint Ventures even though the company did not bid for the projects.

She testified that the former Managing Director, Kerio Valley Development Authority, David Kimosop, appointed her as Adhoc Technical & Evaluation Tendering Committee secretary tasked with evaluating the projects’ tender documents.

The witness served as a secretary to KVDA Adhoc Technical & Evaluation Tendering Committee that evaluated tender documents in respect to the two projects.

The prosecution led by Special Prosecutor and Senior Counsel Taib Ali Taib has lined up 32 witnesses to prove the case.

Milimani Chief Magistrate allowed for an adjournment by the defense team in a matter involving former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu and 12 others charged with the irregular award of Sh588 million road tender.

In that case, Ex Treasury CS Henry Kiplagat Rotich, former MD, KVDA David Kimosop and 7 others are charged with conspiracy to defraud the Government of Kenya of USD 501,829,769.43 (Ksh 56,360,501,604.99) for the development of Arror and Kimwarer multi-purpose dam projects.

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