The editor of this site has exposed a lot of Sacco crooks in this country.
The editor doesn’t relent, he doesn’t wink and he is not afraid to whistleblow any corruption and injustice done against the poor Kenyan lot.
It is already public knowledge that the Kenya Qatar Diaspora Sacco Limited (KQDS)has arrogant managers led by the con pastor Habakkuk Wamududa.
Information reaching the editor of this site reveals that the Sacco is a haven for plundering and looting.
I think they are good terms with Sacco Regulatory Authority (SASRA) and the Commissioner of Cooperatives, since the aforementioned love to take part in the looting.
The cost of office equipments bought at the Sacco is inflated, for example, in their offices in Ngara has one person called Dennis Omollo; when they bought office equipments, they inflated the costs by close to half a million shilling. They cooked numbers.
The Sacco mostly deals in taxi business, specifically Uber.
As if that is not enough, Dennis takes money collected from the Uber taxi business and puts it in his personal account, which he later sends it to KQDS account.
There’s also a serious case of gross misconduct mismanagement of public funds by the current board and we shall bring you that in the next post.
The current board members have no moral obligation to continue running the affairs of KQDS Sacco.
Annual General Meetings are the other conduits that the management uses to loot the Sacco.
All the above are just a tip of the iceberg on how the finances are being mismanaged.
It is a scam! Note that nobody has ever sponsored the AGM’s.
Dennis Omollo has been cooking numbers; stealing from the Sacco
All Sacco meetings done in Doha, Qatar, and as you can see on the record were paid for by UAP – Insurance and Gulf African Bank.
They used Ethiopian Airlines to travels.
Questions that I have:
Why would Gulf African Bank handle such a large sums of money in a personal account and accept it as is, instead of a Business account?
What relationship do they (the branch where he deposits the money) have with one Dennis Omollo?
Is there money laundering involved?
This client had to use a lawyer to get his money log book back