Jack Wafula and his Slay Queen Ann Magambo involved in Money Laundering at Kenya Library


In Summary

-Jack Wafula is the Finance Chair and Owner of Eden Ridge Company

– Ann Magombo is the Human Resource Manager and Jack’s Slay queen

-Massive Money laundering from Kenya Library to Eden Ridge

Jack Wafula the finance Director and also the owner of Eden Ridge company, a real estate company in Kenya, is reported to have been involved in various money laundering at Kenya National Library Service (KNLS) to his company.

Jack Wafula together with her slay queen Ann Magambo who happens to be the Human Resource Manager and is reported to be dating are busy to finish the KNLS.

On 21st December, after looting millions, the two went out in Nakuru. Details we have is that the two left on Saturday Morning on 21st to Culture Mambo. Photos in our possession show the duo having fun times as couples beside them having families. Other photos and videos show them at 7D Club Nakuru and later went to spent their night at a known hotel in Nakuru, name withheld for security reasons.

Jack who stays in Kitengela with his family is said t have a high appetite for ladies.

Our efforts to reach Ann Magambo who stays at Highrise bore no fruits.

Kenyans calling EACC and DCI to do an internal audit of Kenya National Library Service (KNLS).

The Kenya National Library Service (KNLS) is a corporate body of the Kenyan government with a mandate to “promote, establish, equip, manage, maintain and develop libraries in Kenya”. In its service provision, KNLS plays a dual role of Public library and National library of Kenya. The public library services are available in their 61 branches throughout Kenya, while the national library services are available at the headquarters in Nairobi. Through various reading campaigns, KNLS has provided opportunities for communities to enhance their reading and information seeking habits, and therefore sustain literacy. KNLS promotes reading by providing access to relevant reading materials to all communities. By playing a major role in stimulating public interest in books and in promoting reading for knowledge, information and enjoyment, the KNLS is indeed a “people’s university.” The KNLS provides resources in electronic and print format and reading spaces to its clients throughout the country.

READ  Miguna: I’ve lost over Sh3m in bid to return to Kenya
Facebook Comments


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here