FORMER NAIROBI COUNTY CHIEF OF STAFF WAINAINA IN TROUBLE OVER SH 200 MILLION DEBT OWED TYCOON RAJU.

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Former Nairobi County Chief of Staff Mr George Wainana who business tycoon Raju Sanghani seven days notice to clear the debt which has accrued interest of Sh 197,857,892.
BY REPORTER.
Former Nairobi County Chief of Staff Mr George Wainana, now risk criminal indictment over  receiving motor vehicles valued at Sh 81.700,000 from a supplier  by falsely  pretending  that  he was in a position to pay for them.
 
Consequently, business tycoon Raju Sanghani who supplied  various cars  to Wainana has issued him with a seven days notice  to clear the debt which has accrued interest of Sh 197,857,892.
 
” The  cars were supplied to you in good faith and on account that you were  a person of high  public repute as Chief of Staff at Nairobi County and close friend” says  Raju.
 
 Four years since the motor vehicle were supplied no payments have been made to sanctification of the debt owed.
 
The  criminal and civil proceedings  are to be commenced after the expirely of the notice, since the Director of Criminal Investigations, and  Ethics Anti Corruption  have  commission been note field of Waiuana’s action  refusing  to pay  and receiving the Cars  through false pretenses.
 
Mr Raju says that the  debtor was supposed to have paid the amount within two to  four weeks or reasonable  time upon receiving the  Cars, saying he has admitted through emails. text message and whats-app communication.
Mr Wainana has continued to give false representation, adding that on 4 August 2017 in the  businessman’s office he agreed and signed agreement to clear the outstanding amount nothing has happened up to now.
 
” You agreed to pay Sh141,925,553 within  two weeks and further informed me that  you has sold a property in Karen that  you could  use the proceeds to pay the amount no single cent  been made to my office” states the creditor.
 
Mr Raju argue that in attempt to conceal  making direct payments, he (Wainana) offered the creditor  some properties in Westlands, Nairobi which are said to have  been acquired while working for the County all this does not amount to payments of the huge debt owed.
 
“As result it has caused me tremendous financial loss and also mental anguish and business loss for the last  four years” he says.
 
There  can be no better way of recovering the amount, rather than police commencing criminal prosecution as his lawyer stands instructed to  file civil proceedings.

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