Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi

The Garbage Collection Tender that was given out to Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi by Sakaja comes back to haunt them after the floods that occurred in Nairobi, according to the investigation conducted by the Auditor General.



An audit conducted by the Auditor General has uncovered inconsistencies in the procurement process for rubbish collection services by the Nairobi County Executive Administration.



According to the study, payments amounting to 145,872,655 Kenyan Shillings were issued without the appropriate supporting paperwork, which raises questions about the legitimacy and transparency of the procurement process.



There is a lack of critical paperwork, such as requisitions, ads for services, information about the opening of tenders, details regarding the assessment of tenders, and awards, which is one of the most important conclusions of the research.



Not only does the absence of paperwork constitute a violation of regulatory standards, but it also raises questions about the legitimacy of the procedure behind the acquisition of waste collection services.



Regulation 114(1) of the Public Finance Management (County Governments) Regulations, 2015 stipulates that all acquisitions of products, works, and services must be in accordance with the rules established in the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Act, 2015, as well as the regulations that accompany it.



Additionally, previous purchase plans and clearance from the financial officer are the prerequisites for this need. Due to the fact that these standards were not adhered to, there are significant issues about the integrity of the supply chain management process.



The use of handwritten tickets for payments is another problematic part of the procurement process that is brought to light in the study. This is despite the fact that there is a weighbridge at the Dandora dumpsite that is capable of issuing weighbridge tickets.



In spite of the fact that the president was uninformed of all of this, Oscar Sudi, a member of parliament representing Kapseret, was able to win this tender the previous year by using his strong relationship with the president to fight for it.



Following the awarding of the deal, Oscar Sudi had hired 78 vehicles; however, nobody is aware of whether or not the rubbish was collected or was being collected when the city was inundated with floods.


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