Days after deputy president Rigathi Gachagua said he would br exposing all those who took close to 14 billion ahead of August polls a new twist has emerged with some new details emerging.
Well according, Controller of Budget (CoB) Margaret Nyakang'o, on Tuesday, March 7, exposed how she was forced to sign out Ksh 15 billion just days before the August 9, 2022 General Election.
While appearing before the Parliamentary Public Petitions Committee, Nyakang'o revealed the intrigues that led to the disbursement of the amount.
She told the Committee that she was put under duress to sign out Ksh15 billion days to the General Election.
Nyakong'os confession was also backed by Digital Strategist Dennis Itumbi who leaked alleged WhatsApp chats purported to have happened on April 13, 2022.
The current regime revealed thay they found a Treasury that did not have anything as they took oath of office.
Ruto and Rigathi have however promised to expose and deal with those who acquired cash illegally during the past regime led by their predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta.
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