The issue of corruption in Kenya has been termed as the biggest stumbling block for the country's development since independence. President Kenyatta's government has been faced with lots of corruption scandals since they took office.
Former cabinet secretary of sports Hassan Wario was earlier today sentenced to six years in prison after he was found guilty of corruption.
According to the court judgment, Mr. Wario and His Counterpart Mr. Soi benefited from illegal doings involving during the 2016 Olympics that took place in Rio De Janeiro. The government used Ksh 500million to fund the team that performed dismally in the competitions.
The High Court Judges ruled that the accused will be treated while in prison. This was after the Defence Tried to raise medical issues involving the former CS.
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