Yesterday, Transport, Roads and Public works ministry Cabinet Secretary Onesmus Kipchumba Murkomen shared details of the Standard Gauged Railway (SGR) contract which done during President Uhuru Kenyatta's first term.
He gave a copy of the contract to the majority leader of the National Assembly Kimani Ichungwah and forwarded another to the senate for debate. The details have sparked alot of debate on the terms of contract after allegations that there was no transparency in the process of tender awards among others.
Today, Kenya African National Union (KANU) women Congress shared a past video of Former Nandi hills constituency member of parliament engaging in a stiff exchange with then Deputy President William Ruto on the SGR tendering process. Alfred Keter was pushing for the national assembly scrutiny on the SGR construction process.
KANU Women congress said, "What hno Alfred Keter said on SGR Contract has Come to Pass. Kipchumba Murkomen is playing politics".
Here is the link to watch the video. https://twitter.com/KWC_Congress/status/1589536861290389505?t=6dCYrXbcgKVqNuhWs1mrSw&s=19
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