The infuriated wife of UAP Old Mutual CEO Arthur Oginga has set their marriage on the rocks after she chose to go for the jugular and uncovered her husband’s secret double life.
In a chilling act of vengeance, Mr Oginga’s partner leaked a gallery of images exposing how he has been lavishly making merry with his alleged mistresses across various clubs in Nairobi.
The woman claims as she was left to suffer anguish at their matrimonial home, her husband was busy driving in and out of town, chauffering the ladies with his official work car.
“Dear Cyprian and Old Mutual Staff
Please help us expose Mr Arthur Oginga who is the CEO of UAP OLD MUTUAL.
Our friend who is his wife has just found out that he has been living a double life with his mistresses in different locations in Westlands.
Driving out of town in his official car with his mistresses and neglects his wife in their matrimonial home.
Is this the kind of leadership OLD MUTUAL is seeking?
An unstable individual who can not even put his house to order.
Please help us expose this man.
See the pictures attached,” the source writes.
Apparently, this is the same guy who has been looting Faulu Microfinance Bank together with, Apollo N. Njoroge, the Managing Director.
Arthur Oginga is currently a Non-Executive Director at Faulu.
Last year, Faulu Bank received a Sh1.45 billion capital injection from its parent company, Old Mutual Africa, to allegedly “support its growth strategy” despite strong claims of nepotism, fraud and corruption that have marred the once successful venture.
At the time, the MD, Mr Apollo Njoroge was faced with accusations of witch-hunting two senior managers suspected of leaking confidential documents to the media.
The files touched on among other things; staff employed that favour one region, how auctioneers engaged by the bank wine and dine with the management, salary disparities within the bank, suspicious allowance payments.
It is also worthy to note that under Oginga’s reign at UAP Old Mutual, there have been endless reported cases of corruption and general malpractices which clearly show that the guy cannot manage the large empire despite taking home millions every month.
In June 2021, the firm’s Sales department was accused of running a scam that saw their team of agents lose millions of their hard-earned money which was earned through commission.
Whenever they tried to ask for their commission, they would keep receiving flimsy excuses despite hitting their targets.
One of the guys who was a victim of the fraud was driven to resign after surpassing his monthly target of Sh1 million by bringing on board Sh4 million.
The victim was shocked to learn that he had only earned 20,000 instead of 400,000.
On enquiring, he was forced to resign.