Robert Ouko was murdered, but the police claimed he committed suicide by shooting himself in the head, pouring petrol on his body and setting himself on fire.
In his audit report, Mr Ouko says that although the Presidency has provided certificates to support the expenditures, unsatisfactory matters regarding the confidential expenditure have not been resolved.
Besides Maiyoro, Robert Ouko, a member of Kenya’s gold medal winning 4x400 metres relay quartet at the 1972 Munich Olympics, is also in distress.
Economy Ouko flags suspect Sh306 million KPC payments to staff The Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) is on the spot for spending millions of shillings on its staff in the year the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) arraigned its top officials over corruption.
This was revealed in Auditor General Edward Ouko’s report exposing the rot at the firm.
Mr Ouko says a further Sh171 million that was paid to 164 employees exceeded 25 per cent of their respective annual gross salaries.
The baffling discovery was made by Auditor General Edward Ouko who also revealed the supplier too was in breach of procurement laws as they delivered 65 inch-size TVs which go for KSh 160,000 a set, instead of the 70 inch-size TV sets to the university.
AG Edward Ouko in his 2015/16 report said the procurement was done through requests for quotation contrary to the Public Procurement and Disposal Act of 2005.
Economy Parliament seeks foreign firm to audit Ouko's books Kenya may be forced to hire the services of an international firm to review books of the office of the Auditor-General after three failed attempts to procure a local company.
Auditor General Edward Ouko has questioned how the Technical University of Mombasa spent Sh4.5 million to buy five TVs.