Governor Sakaja Accuses Former NMS Boss of Leaving Ksh16B in Pending Bills


Nairobi Governor, Johnson Sakaja, has accused former NMS boss, General Mohammed Badi, of leaving behind Ksh16 billion in pending bills.

Former NMS boss, General Mohammed Badi

Governor Sakaja stated that he would not clear the pending bills until a forensic audit was conducted and the report was tabled before the city leadership for review.

The Senate County Public Accounts Committee has demanded an investigation into how Ksh27 billion allocated to defunct NMS was expended.

Sakaja vowed to seek President William Ruto’s intervention to address the issue of the pending bills and review NMS functions.

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