Why this DP Ruto’s ally facing graft charges could be in the worst dilemma of his life

Ex-KVDA boss David Kimosop. [Credit/NMG]
Former Kerio Valley Development Authority (KVDA) boss David Kimosop has been thrust in a dilemma being the only big-name suspect in the Sh63 billion Kimwarer and Arror dams scandal who is yet to be arrested.

Kimosop’s lawyer Katwa Kigen has told the court that his client is in the Democratic Republic of Congo but as the Nation reports, one thing is certain, he will have to present himself to the DCI immediately after landing in Nairobi or get arrested.

As such, Kimosop’s dilemma at the moment is whether he should return to Kenya and corruption charges facing him alongside fired National Treasury CS Henry Rotich and others, or be a fugitive from justice.

Kimosop before he shot to the limelight had for 19 years worked as a banker and his main concern was how to generate revenue for his employer’s shareholders while ensuring customers were getting quality services, Nation further reports.

He was fired from KVDA following a tenure stained with one controversy after another that has seen him dragged to court with other high profile government officials who include former principal secretaries Kamau Thugge and Susan Koech and National Environment Management Authority Director-General Geoffrey Wahungu.

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