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Mr. G.G. Kariuki

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Kenya Central Bank
 
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Treasury To Blame For Debt | Mars Group Blog
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It will certainly not hurt that the Parliamentary Departmental Committee headed by Laikipia MP, G.G. Kariuki recently tabled a favourable report in Parliament recommending payment for the single vessel.
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Cabinet to commit Kenyans to pay for Anglo Leasing Navy Ship Contracts for loans that were never received and for the supply of a navy ship that has never been delivered to Kenya. | Mars Group Blog
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The Parliamentary Committee for Defence matters led by G.G. Kariuki, cleared the way for repayment of the debt owed to Credit Lyonnaise Bank.
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The report of the inquiry tabled by the Chairman of the departmental committee, G.G. Kariuki, and adopted by Parliament on May 2nd 2007, claimed to have confirmed the existence of the ship docked at Ribadeo, Spain and apparently christened "Jasiri Mombasa".
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Mr. Kariuki and his team made three broad recommendations: first of all it recommended that the Government submit to the International Arbitration Court; secondly it recommended the appointment by the Government of Kenya of an independent survey of the value of the project; and thirdly, it recommended that the Government decide whether or not it wishes to terminate the contract and take the required action.
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A reading of the departmental committee's report reveals several curious facts and consequent questions that require answers from G.G. Kariuki and his parliamentary colleagues:
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While moving the motion of adoption of the report, the chairman G.G. Kariuki, confirms these dates when he said "The navy officer arrived in Spain in January 2002.
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Why is Mr. Kariuki under such a false impression?
No More Payments Should Be Made On The Kenya Navy Ship Contract | Mars Group Kenya
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The report of the inquiry tabled by the Chairman of the departmental committee, G.G. Kariuki, and adopted by Parliament on May 2nd 2007, claims to have confirmed the existence of the ship docked at
Ribadeo, Spain and apparently already christened "Jasiri Mombasa". The report, adopted by Parliament on May 2nd 2007, runs to only 13 pages including an executive summary, and has one annex containing 6 photographs of 4 members of the departmental committee on what we are told is the ship Kenya is meant to pay Ksh 4.6 billion for, and take delivery of. Mr. Kariuki and his team make three broad recommendations: first of all it recommends that the Government submit to the International Arbitration Court; secondly it recommends the appointment by the Government of Kenya of an independent survey of the value of the project; and thirdly, it recommends that the Government decide whether or not it wishes to terminate the contract and take the required action. While we await the imminent report of PriceWaterhouseCoopers on the 18 Anglo Leasing type security contracts, we would like to point out but a few of the gaping holes in this report. A reading of the departmental committee's report reveals several curious facts and consequent questions that require answers from G.G. Kariuki and his parliamentary colleagues:
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While moving the motion of adoption of the report, the chairman G.G. Kariuki, confirms these dates when he said "The navy officer arrived in
Spain in January 2002."
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Why is Mr. Kariuki under such a false impression? Why does he say to Parliament that the construction started in March 2003, more than 3 months before the contract was signed? What exactly is going on? 11. As he moved the motion for adoption of the report, GG Kariuki also told Parliament that "the committee was assured that this ship was inspected according to the international standards by
Kenya and Lloyd's specifications and other international marine standards."
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No less than 4 MPs urged the departmental committees to do so, and Mr. Kariuki said "as Dr. Murungaru has said, the time has come when we should go and investigate all the 18 projects which have been giving us a very bad image internationally."Two final questions.
No More Payments Should Be Made On The Kenya Navy Ship Contract | Mars Group Blog
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r. Kariuki and his team make three broad recommendations:first of all it recommends that the Government submit to the International Arbitration Court; secondly it recommends the appointment by the Government of Kenya of an independent survey of the value of the project; and thirdly, it recommends that the Government decide whether or not it wishes to terminate the contract and take the required action.
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reading of the departmental committee's report reveals several curious facts and consequent questions that require answers from G.G. Kariuki and his parliamentary colleagues:
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hile moving the motion of adoption of the report, the chairman G.G. Kariuki, confirms these dates when he said The navy officer arrived in
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hy is Mr. Kariuki under such a false impression?Why does he say to Parliament that the construction started in March 2003, more than 3 months before the contract was signed?What exactly is going on? 11.As he moved the motion for adoption of the report, GG Kariuki also told Parliament that the committee was assured that this ship was inspected according to the international standards by
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o less than 4 MPs urged the departmental committees to do so, and Mr. Kariuki said as Dr. Murungaru has said, the time has come when we should go and investigate all the 18 projects which have been giving us a very bad image internationally.
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Mars Group - Corruption Articles - Asking The Tough Questions About The GG Kariuki Report On The Kenya Navy Ship Contract
www.marsgroupkenya.org, 21 Oct 2009 [cached]
The report of the inquiry tabled by the Chairman of the departmental committee, G.G. Kariuki, and adopted by Parliament on May 2nd 2007, claims to have confirmed the existence of the ship docked at Ribadeo, Spain and apparently already christened "Jasiri Mombasa".
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Mr. Kariuki and his team make three broad recommendations: first of all it recommends that the Government submit to the International Arbitration Court; secondly it recommends the appointment by the Government of Kenya of an independent survey of the value of the project; and thirdly, it recommends that the Government decide whether or not it wishes to terminate the contract and take the required action.
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A reading of the departmental committee's report reveals several curious facts and consequent questions that require answers from G.G. Kariuki and his parliamentary colleagues:
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While moving the motion of adoption of the report, the chairman G.G. Kariuki, confirms these dates when he said "The navy officer arrived in Spain in January 2002.
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Why is Mr. Kariuki under such a false impression?
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No less than 4 MPs urged the departmental committees to do so, and Mr. Kariuki said "as Dr. Murungaru has said, the time has come when we should go and investigate all the 18 projects which have been giving us a very bad image internationally."
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