Two More Kenyan Nurses Swindled Boston City Out Of Sh12 billion, Now Face Long Prison Sentences.


Before the law caught up with them, Winnie Waruru, 42, and Faith Newton, 52, lived large in America.
One drove a Maserati, an Italian luxury brand known for its exclusive styling, and the other one a Range Rover. As dollar millionaires, they kept their lives private and few Kenyans had heard about the two nurses whose fortunes seemed endless. In addition to their lavish lifestyles, they had five properties in the US and operated 40 bank accounts.

The US government now claims that the two Kenyans swindled Boston city out of $100 million (Sh12 billion) in healthcare fraud. They are alleged to have paid kickbacks to obtain referrals and retain patients over a five-year period.


US detectives watched their transactions that ran into millions of dollars for many months.
Last week, Waruru pleaded guilty before US Senior District Court Judge George A. O’Toole Jr, who has scheduled sentencing for January 12, 2023, according to a release by US Attorney Rachael Rollins. Newton’s case will continue.
Detectives allege that between January 2013 and January 2017, the two used Arbor Homecare Services LLC as a conduit to siphon $100 million from MassHealth and Medicare – a programme that provides health coverage primarily for people with low incomes – by claiming refunds and filing false statements. They then closed down the company.
With a budget running into billions of dollars, MassHealth, which pays for personal care attendants, medical equipment, and specific prescription, has been a target of swindlers who first apply to become providers through registered companies. The healthcare company nurses are supposed to attend to vulnerable members and then bill the programme for reimbursement.
Both Waruru and Newton were accused of “conspiracy to commit health care fraud” and for billing for healthcare services that they never provided. They are also charged with making false statements to MassHealth.
The federal government has filed a civil action to seize the duo’s properties and freeze their bank accounts, which held millions of dollars.
The court papers say that Newton was part-owner and operator of Arbor Homecare Services LLC, while Waruru was a licensed practical nurse. On paper, Waruru was “employed” by Arbor Care Homecare Services, but, according to court records, she was more than that.

Get rich or die trying, enyewe people are Bold

There is a state called Boston?

They should have transferred the moneys back to. KE…

That’s what JSKS is fighting for by removing strict KYC…

Hiyo ni mistake Ya Nation Media Group.
Hawajui Bosoton ni City ya Massachusetts.

wangeeka kwa gunia, charter a private plane, wapotele kiambu… a wise man knows when to run

Why do baafrikas like to flash their recent ill begotten gains. In the West someone will notice. Why attract this unnecessary attention? In the end unakamatwa.

Must have been a plea bargain deal.
Mostly will get 25 years without parole.
Watatoka in their 70s.

25 huwa life.

Hizi job za home health ukifanya, hata bila corruption, you still make money, why the greed ?


Being foreigners and secondly being negroes, they will face the full force of the law in Sodom.

Negroes who participated in the January 6 insurrection are facing hefty sentences.

The law is different just like everything else when it comes to negroes. Watakipata.


Whites have been stealing from this continent for centuries halafu unaona nugu hapa zikisema nyef nyef kama the brainless monkeys they are…

These are just reparations…

I hope they sent back some of those funds to their kids & families…

Nonsense, mwizi ni mwizi and clamoring for the sentence of the two Kenyan crooks by no means excuses the actions of racist folks.

Am so proud of them.

True, likely they used to steal pens and calculators from other school girls at Kimende High School

You steal money to spend it, otherwise what is the point of stealing?

@Purple alienda wapi? @Purple are you OK?

Ndiye uyo apo juu posed with a Range Rover.