New twist to US$60m Covid-19 deal
email@example.com©️ A company that is at the centre of a US$60 million coronavirus supplies procurement storm, was cleared by permanent secretary in the Finance ministry, George Guvamatanga, lawyers defending its representative in the country said yesterday.
The State alleges that Nguwaya misrepresented to the government that the two companies were capable of supplying drugs to the country, although they were just mere consulting firms.
It was also alleged that in November 2019, Nguwaya presented himself before NatPharm managing director Nancy Sifeku and introduced Dedja as the owner of Drax Consult SAGL.
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