NHIF chief executive Geoffrey Mwangi.



Corruption watchdog moves to combat graft in bourse

NHIF Chief Executive Officer Geoffrey Mwangi will spend a night at Muthaiga Police Station.


The court will on Tuesday rule whether he will take a plea or not.

Mwangi earlier wanted his and Finance Director Wilbert Kurgat’s plea deferred.

Lawyers led by Prof. Tom Ojienda claimed that a charge brought against them is defective.

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The top National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) managers are under probe after a team of auditors sent to the institution claimed they had been threatened.

The Ministry of Health had sent internal auditors to examine books at the insurance fund to enable it make decisions following complaints of graft.

But the auditors returned to the ministry claiming they feared for their lives as they had been threatened.


National health insurer plans to go paperless to arrest cases of fraud

This, according to insiders at the ministry, has stalled planned restructuring to enhance efficiency at the fund.

Health Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki wrote…


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