The former CS Treasury Ukur Yatani has broken his silence amidst reports that a lot of taxes was lost only four days before the August 9th polls. According to CS Yatani, its clear that, he asked the controller of budget for the money but all was for development purposes.
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Ukur Yatani has affirmed that the alleged reports that he engaged himself in matters corruption is untrue and misplaced. According to the former CS, the controller of budget must come clean and stop spoiling his name and that of Uhuru Kenyatta.
The former CS Ukur Yatani has also explained that the 15 Billion was used to build hospital, pay subsidies and construction of roads. He is clear that some of the contractors had worked and were yet to be paid and that's why the money was sought.
According to Ukur Yatani, if he committed a crime by paying for the construction of roads, hospitals and subsidies then he was ready to be charged. Kenyans are however waiting to know of what happens to Yatani and Uhuru given the changing times as well the operating political environment.
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