Saturday March 2, 2019-On December 4, 2018, Deputy President William Ruto jetted out of the country to Italy to attend an “infrastructure summit” that was organized by Italian government.
During the summit, Ruto met with Italy Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio, the country’s Foreign Minister Enzo Moavero Milanesi and Kenyans living in Rome.
Ruto told the Italian leadership that Kenyan government has enabled a conducive climate for doing business and doors are open for investors to form partnerships.
Sources said it was while in Rome, that Ruto agreed to meet with directors Co-operativa Muratoi Cementisti (CMC) Di Ravenna that won the multi-billion tenders to construct two dams in Elgeyo Marakwet County.
CMC Di Ravenna was awarded the construction of the Arror and Kimwarer dams at a cost of Sh38.5 billion and Sh28 billion respectively.
However fresh details have emerged over how Ruto convinced the directors to part with Sh 4.9 billion kickbacks and wire it to his many of his offshore accounts.
Detectives from Directorate of Criminal Investigations(DCI) are moving across the world trying to locate the offshore accounts where the Sh 4.9 billion was wired to. Sources said they have located some in Britain and Panama.
The DP, mostly uses his lawyers to hide money.
He also uses a man identified as David Mug to do dirty businesses.
Muge is Ruto’s financial controller in charge of campaign fundraising and is what Muhoho Kenyatta was to Uhuru Kenyatta’s campaigns, Joshua Kulei was to Daniel Moi or Joe Wanjui was to Mwai Kibaki.
The Kenyan DAILY POST
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