Central organization of trade unions (COTU) secretary general Francis Atwoli has come out to finally break his silence on the promise by deputy president Rigathi Gachagua that he would name Uhuru era officials involved in corruption.
According to the COTU secretary general, it is time the deputy president walks the talk and exposes the identity of the cabinet secretaries and principal secretaries who were involved in the plunder for public resources.
"COTU secretary Francis Atwoli wants deputy president Rigathi Gachagua to name and expose the cabinet secretaries and principal secretaries who he claimed stole Sh24 Billion. He wants the government to mention the treasury looters now," KTN news reported.
Gachagua had claimed recently that senior cabinet secretaries and principal secretaries during Uhuru's term had colluded to steal tens of billions of public resources ahead of the election.
His sentiments appear to have been validated today by the controller of budget who told members of parliament today that she was compelled to give the greenlight to the misappropriation of billions during the last few days to the elections.
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