MP wants NIMMS company barred from Kenya
SEE ALSO :Group eyes IEBC law on hiring top chiefIn his proposed amendments to the report, Homa Bay MP Peter Kaluma (pictured) proposed that "the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) investigates within 60 days the conduct of Idemia securities Ltd". “If (PPRA) finds the company culpable, enters the name of the company in the central repository of debarred from and ensures that the firm is precluded from participating, awarding or entering into any kind of procurement contract,” he said in the amendments. Mr Kaluma also wants IEBC to recover money paid to the French company in the last election. “That all contracts entered into between the company in its current form or in former names of Morpho, OT Morpho, Saphran Identify and Security or otherwise be investigated and if found to have contravened the law or any other section of the Companies Act, be nullified," he said. The amendments will be tabled in the National Assembly this afternoon. The PAC report that the MP seeks to amend had recommended the exit of current electoral chiefs over alleged procurement malpractices.
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