Deputy president William Ruto has said that the Auditor general has revealed that 10 billion shillings meant to buy Covid vaccines were lost to government leaders.
Speaking during his campaigns in Isiolo the Kenya Kwanza leader has lamented on how his competitors from the Azimio team has been preaching fight against corruption while they have not been able to answer where the billions of money meant for Covid went to.
The leader has added that IMF and World bank had revealed that 65 billion shillings has got lost in the handshake government.To this , the Dp has demanded Raila to expose the members of his team who got involved in stealing government's money before advocating fight against corruption.
The Dp has stated that the corruption which the country was currently facing was is the state capture.Ruto has promised that Kenya Kwanza will fight against this chronic corruption alleging that it has privatized public services and institutions.
Ruto has asked Azimio not to tell about corruption but to explain where the lost billions of money went to.
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