Faith Mwikali photo at Milimani court

An alleged personal doctor of Azimio La Umoja coalition leader Raila Odinga faces charges related to a Ksh 25 million fake KEMSA tender scheme.


The whistleblower revealed the ordeal that resulted in the fraudulent syphoning of KEMSA money.


Faith Mwikali Ndiwa appeared before Milimani Chief Magistrate Susan Shitubi on Monday, May 27, 2024, where she denied eight charges of forgery and obtaining money under false pretences.


The Office of the Director of Public Prosecution (ODPP) informed the court that Mwikali, using her companies Ashley Dylan Limited and Faizel Limited, deceived Nigerian national Jude Olabayo Veracruz into investing Ksh25 million in a purported tender to supply Long-Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) to KEMSA.


Mwikali allegedly forged a framework contract and amended the agreement to support her claims. They accuse her of fraudulently obtaining the money from Veracruz in Nairobi County between June and December 2022.


The prosecution opposed her release on bond, requesting time for the police to file an affidavit detailing reasons for denying bail. 


Mwikali's defence argued for her release, citing her constitutional rights and claiming she was not a flight risk.


Magistrate Shitubi ruled in favour of the prosecution, detaining Mwikali in Lang'ata Prison until Tuesday, May 28, 2024, for a bail hearing.

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