Remember Mugoya Constrution? Remember the numerous cases the company faced and even court appearances of the proprietor, Ugandan James Isabirye both in Kenya and his home country of Uganda?
Mugoya construction was also mentioned in the Kroll report and everybody knows how political connections and kick-backs were used to great effect to help the company look like it was the only construction company in Kenya at the height of the Moi era. In those days you just had to name any major project and Mugoya’s tentacles were sure to be there.
Now this house of evil has made a sensational comeback under the watch of the grand coalition government which some naïve Kenyans believe is clean because certain individuals whom they worship are in it.
A quick question for you. Why should a foreigner dominate construction projects in Kenya? Are there no qualified Kenyan companies? Or do we also have a Kenyan construction company dominating things in Uganda?
Let me take this opportunity to announce to Kenyans that Kibaki’s first government was much better and the corruption currently going on is making that administration even with Anglo Lasing hanging over it) look as clean as a Sunday school class. Folks, what is currently going on is a feeding frenzy. Most of your beloved politicians in the grand coalition government are very busy building war chests for the next general elections. They are in a terrible hurry because nobody believes that the next elections will be in 2012. Everybody knows that they will happen much earlier.
The amazing resurrection of Mugoya construction should tell Kenyans a lot. There is no doubt that it is linked to 2012 and the war chests being put together.
My sources tell me that Mugoya is involved in the Nairobi-Mombasa road project. Yes that major highway in Kenya that never seems to be completed although there is some semblance of work going on and construction is so slow that tourists have to shake their guts vigorously when going to Mombasa by road. Mugoya was squeezed into the project under very mysterious circumstances because another company has always been and still is the main contractor. Sources on the ground say that the company is building bus stops and taking care of other “special features” on the road. Wow!!!
I am also informed (and I am verifying this information) that Mugoya is very heavily involved in some hefty contracts in the Prisons department. In fact I am told that Mugoya are heavily hiring (casuals) at the moment. What all this means is that it is now business as usual at Mugoya.
How did this happen under the nose of the grand coalition government? I mean Kenyans are already reeling under the extremely heavy weight of supporting this bloated government and then these chaps are adding insult to injury with their corrupt ways. Where is the Prime Minister? Is there anybody who can stop the feeding frenzy currently going on and clearly illustrated by the return from the grave of Mugoya construction?
What you may have forgotten about Mugoya construction
Mugoya: Bank loans in Kenya and prosecution in home country
Woes with graft body when was Mugoya cleared?
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