Sometime in June 2015
Ms Waiguru, Ms Kabura, Mr Adan Harakhe, Mr Joseph Mugwanja, Mr Noor Hassan and Mr mutahi Ngunyi meet at the CS’s Runda residence to plot how to cover-up the NYS scandal.
July 2, 2015
Ms Kabura is summoned to the Banking Fraud Investigation Department (BFID) and is coached by Mr Mugwanja, the director, on how to record a statement showing that she was paid for the supplies she delivered to NYS.
July 9, 2015
Ms Waiguru asks Ms Kabura to give Mr Mugwanja Sh80 million she was keeping in her office for “safekeeping” lest the cash is recovered by detectives.
July 20, 2015
Ms Kabura is arrested, taken to the Kileleshwa police station but quietly released at night following Mr mugwanja’s intervention. She is taken back to the station at dawn the following day to create impression that she was locked up overnight.
August 26, 2015
Ms Waiguru invites Ms Kabura to her Runda residence and assures her that she had finalised a plan to have defective charges preferred against her so that her case could be thrown out.
Also introduces her to two journalists saying they would help in clearing her name. Ms Waiguru asks her to give them Sh10 million.
September 11, 2015
Ms Waiguru releases a report compiled by the Directorate of Criminal Investigation implicating 21 Devolution ministry and NYS officials.
September 22, 2015
NYS senior official Harakhe Waqo calls businesswoman Ms Josephine Kabura and threatens to spill the beans regarding the scandal after Ms Waiguru lists his name on the list.