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This comes after Nyakongo confessed having signed the documents to allow former treasury CS Ukur Yattani to access the lost sh 15 billion before the current regime took over.
She tabled what she claimed was the correspondence between her and a senior official at the Treasury who was acting at the behest of a senior State official.
The controller of the budget revealed that those who coerced her were senior government officials working under former president, Uhuru Kenyatta. However, despite blaming coercion, Margaret is yet to clear her name as Kenyans called for her resignation.
"In my humble opinion, Ms. Margaret Nyakang'o the Controller of Budget MUST RESIGN TODAY or Parliament should start the process of removing her TOMORROW. She can't authorise the stealing of Shs 15 billion 2 days to elections allegedly because she was coerced.
Nyakang'o on Tuesday told the National Assembly Public Petitions committee that she noticed irregularities but nonetheless approved the release of Sh15 billion because she was put under intense pressure.
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