Over time, various sectors in the republic of Kenya have been under control of some powerful men famously known as cartels. They have squandered many sectors including the transport sector where the latest thing that they did is the issue of SGR where it is beleived that an agreement with Chinese contractor company was signed in what has come to be reffered to as 'darkness'.
Now, it seems that these cartels are going to suffer a big blow. This came in after the new cabinet secretary for transport, Mr Kipchumba Murkomen came out to reveal what he is going to do in the next few days that will see their dirty dids being unmasked.
As reported by the NTV News, Murkomen has announced that he is going to look for a document containing an SGR agreement between Kenya and China. Upon getting this agreement, Murkomen said that he will make it available for kenyans to see the content of agreement. It is beleived that cartels used this agreement to squander more than 10 billion Kenya shillings. Murkomen's move will be a big blow to them.
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