ODM Party Secretary General Hon Edwin Sifuna has today urged all Kenyans to remain extra vigilant ahead of the upcoming 2022 general election now that it is evident that thieves, murderers, and looters of public resources are now poisoning the minds of Kenyans. Speaking to TV47 on Tuesday night, the ODM Party has also urged Kenyans to desist from associating themselves with any leader who wants to promote chaos.
"We are urging Kenyans to come up in large numbers and register as voters. This time around we aren't going to surrender until we ensure that Baba becomes the president of this great nation," Sifuna SaidAt the same time, the Pandora Papers exposē linking President Uhuru Kenyatta's first family has now taken another new twist following the confirmation of reports that each and everyone who operates an offshore account could be doing so to evade tax payment. In a report by TV47, it has also emerged that public officers found guilty of operating such accounts should be either jailed or stop from serving the public.
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