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Bit of gossip

Rumor has it: Bank involved in this story is Victoria Bank and this company “Among the accounts examined is one belonging to a company that had evaded Value Added Tax to the tune of Sh247 million while no opening forms were found for an individual’s account with a turnover of Sh2.186 billion” is Nakumatt. Sources suggest that this is definitely why Mullei went down…Kenyan politics dirty as ever.

Update: I thought the reason that Nation (and most people who know the details of the story) are being cautious is because of Harun Mwau’s role, but I guess that is no longer a concern. Hat tip Bankelele! Harun Mwau has a history of filing (and winning) huge defamation lawsuits and he is considered pretty much untouchable in the country because of his deep pockets/connections and because many, many, many, people have been on his gravy train for a while. According to the grapevine, Nakumatt has been laundering his money for ages.

AOB: What’s exciting Kenyans = this , what’s making us yawn = this, this, this, this, this etc. Who isn’t running for president? Can’t ODM just disband now? Besides I think Kibaki has demonstrated that the country can run on auto pilot.

10 comments to Bit of gossip

  • Hiyo place(nyumbani) inachokesha.

  • bankelele

    I’d go with this one (http://nationmedia.com/dailynation/nmgcontententry.asp?category_id=1&newsid=70430)

    I’d heard about the Mwau role but not with respect to Charter Bank…it’s well known that Nakumatt launders his money.

  • Osas

    Yes, these defamation lawsuits.

    Kenyan judiciary. Scum.
    2/3 are incompetent and 1/2 are corrupt.

    And you wanna still become one, as a US-trained jurist?


  • Mwau: What is the source of money being laundered? Anybody
    NakuMatt: Anybody see a time when Kenyans would boycott their stores to force change? Any leaders in this area?

    Source of money is allegedly drugs.

  • acolyte

    My friend, a more detailed expose is required.I have heard of the Mwau tales before and they aren’t pretty!

  • Benson Hannington

    True,Nakumatt remains the biggest supermarket chain(AFTERTTHE FALL OF THE RETAIL GIANT UCHUMI)but was is worrying this people do evade TAXES.That means they are stealing from kenyans!HOPE uchumi will bounce back!

  • zamzam

    yep, kenya makes me sick and the best part of it is that najivunia kuwa mkenya:neutral:

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