Former Sports CS Hassan Wario is facing sentencing today in the court of law. He is accused of misusing public funds in the 2016 Rio Olympics. The judge said that they did a good job which is recommendable but they have to pay public money they lotted.The Former Cabinet secretary his hearing charges set to him currently in Milimani law court in Nairobi Kenya. The Judge has said that the money misused by the Warriors team would be used to benefit citizens through development. She said that money was raised by taxpayers and their rights need to be protected by the court of law.
During Rio Olympics in 2016, Kenyans won Gold medals, Silvers among others. They carried the flag of the country well. They maintained a high discipline.
Several chargers have been read against former Sports cabinet secretary Hassan Wario. He is required to pay a fine on each charge or a certain jail sentence. Accused suspect among them Former Cabinet secretary Hassan Wario Layers are now allowed to respond on charges.
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