The controller of budget Margeret Nyakango has revealed interesting details of what happened prior to the August 9th polls on matters public taxes. According to her, she was forced by Uhuru's men to sign out 15 Billion to support the government candidate.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/citizentvkenya/status/1633053617522343936?t=s-yFlRKDNPnmngIfNg5WQA&s=19
This clearly lifts the lid of what happened in the August 9th polls and before where Uhuru decided to use all monies to support Raila Odinga. Despite all this attempts to misuse public resources, it's clear that the law must take it's course.
The controller of budget Margeret Nyakango must explain to the country of the person who forced her to sign out 15 Billion. The fact remains that president Ruto will go after all the characters who tried to misuse the country.
It's clear that persons who stole billions from public coffers prior to the August 9th polls must be forced to face the law. Kenyans are keenly watching to know of whether all this monies will be recovered.
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