Kirinyaga governor Ann Waiguru who was a key interest in the Ksh 791 million NYS scandal will become a key witness to the case after being a key suspect for a long time. Waiguru who was a key interest in the case will testify against former permanent secretary Peter Mangiti, ex-Director General Nelson Githinji and 22 others who are linked to the case. Waiguru has been listed as a crucial witness to the case that took her job a few years ago making her change roles to the case from a key suspect to a key witness.. The NYS scandal case has taken a longer time where the country lost over ksh 719million which has been budgeted under the NYS budget.
Waiguru has been selected to be a key witness to the case despite Kenyans terming her as the person of interest to the case. She will be of help to the case where she will give the crucial details while testifying against her former workmates. Do you think Waiguru being a state witness will make the case as easy as possible? Leave down your comments below.
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