An NGO which has been recruiting all over the country while invoking President Uhuru’s name has raised suspicion leading to arrest of two directors.
Sub Saharan Africa Save Promotion Foundation (SSAPF) had been so bold in their recruitment drives that they were hiring government premises to conduct the business. Each prospective recruit was being charged Ksh 300 which they required to be deposited in an account with Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA), a bank associated with the First family.
The arrest of the two directors happened in Voi when they were conducting recruitment at Voi CDF offices. During the interviews, over 600 youths had been invited for the ‘interviews’, with successful candidates to be addressed by President Uhuru in 30th August before they are sent to several African countries as ‘youth diplomats’.
Others would get jobs within the country.