Josephine Kabura spotted seeking treatment at a city clinic – PHOTOS
The key suspect in the Sh791 million National Youth Service scandal Josephine Kabura was on Tuesday afternoon spotted seeking treatment at a city clinic.
Ms Kabura, whose dozens of companies transacted millions from the Ministry of Devolution, looked unwell and would dose off at the hospital’s waiting lobby.
She was treated at a medical centre on Kimathi Street.
At the waiting lobby, Ms Kabura concealed herself in a corner, covering her face with both hands.
When she was finally called into the doctor’s room, Ms Kabura passed behind pillars, effectively avoiding the main route where the rest of the patients were seated.
Ms Kabura later emerged from the doctor’s room and this time she passed through the main reception as she approached the hospital pharmacy.
The key suspect was holding an insurance form that she gave to the pharmacist and sat in a corner waiting for her drugs to be dispensed.
Ms Kabura is among 11 suspects in the NYS case where the salonist is charged with money laundering. They have all pleaded not guilty.
During the March 15 hearing, the court heard that one of the suspects used fake documents to purchase land.