In Summary
  • A South African television and lighting consultant and some suppliers for World Under-18 Athletics Championships held five months ago in Nairobi are yet to be paid for their services.
  • The consultant, Angus Clarke, has said the government is yet to pay him close to Sh10 million owed to him for replacing and correcting the lighting system at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani, where the championship was held.

A South African television and lighting consultant and some suppliers for World Under-18 Athletics Championships held five months ago in Nairobi are yet to be paid for their services.

The consultant, Angus Clarke, has said the government is yet to pay him close to Sh10 million owed to him for replacing and correcting the lighting system at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani, where the championship was held.

John Kimani, director of J.G. Kims Company Limited that was contracted to supply score boards, judges marks and marking cones, is also yet to be paid more than Sh700,000 for providing equipment and other materials used during race walk competitions in the youth event.

FLASH INTERVIEWS

Teams that worked on flash interviews area at the mixed zone, and the championship caravan that toured the counties are also still owed more than Sh100,000.

In a statement, Clarke said he was called on a short notice under the direction of World Under-18 Chief Executive Officer Mwangi Muthee to assist the Local Organising Committee in correcting the lighting system at the stadium in Kasarani.

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