An international investigative paper identifies as Pandora Papers exposed President Uhuru Kenyatta and some of his family member of secretely owning more than three billion worth companies overseas.
This expose has brought about several speculations in the country with the legislatures who are in loggerheads with President Uhuru Kenyatta attacking from all sides and putting all blames on him.
Nakuru County Senator and Deputy President William Ruto top supporter, Susan Kihika has been following up on this development and criticising the President on multiple occasions.
Taking to his Twitter podcast, Susan Kihika has alleged that now the country knows where the two billion shillings President Uhuru Kenyatta claimed that they are missing daily from the Government goes to.
Susan Kihiki stated: "Can we connect the dots and authoritatively say we have finally found where the 2b lost daily is being ‘stashed’? #Client13173
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