Renowned city lawyer, Ahmednasir Abdullahi, is soon set to reveal another Sh 30 billion scandal that was cooked by the Jubilee Government, the Judiciary and Safaricom Company Limited.
Terming it as ‘Safaricomgate Scandal’, Abdullahi, who is the owner of Nairobi Law Monthly, says he will reveal how State House looted billions after awarding Safaricom Company a security tender to install cameras in Nairobi and Mombasa.
He said the scandal involved senior State House operatives, Court of Appeal judges and senior managers and board members at Safaricom.
The fearless lawyer who has since fallen out with his Jubilee colleagues said his article will expose the deep rot in our Judiciary, Legislature and Executive.
In November 2014, Safaricom Ltd won the Sh 30 billion 4 year deal that will see an establishment of a National Surveillance, Communication and Control System for Nairobi and Mombasa.
The project was also supposed to install surveillance cameras in the two cities to provide real-time footage to the National Police Operations Command Centre.
But so far nothing has been done and the cameras are not working – The project is now like a white elephant siphoning taxpayers’ money.
Ahmednasir said that he will publish full details of ‘Safaricomgate Scandal’ in Nairobi Law Monthly’s March edition.
Here is the screenshot of the paper headline.