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Ichung'wa Reveals What They're Going To Do in Their Legislative Agenda

The former president Uhuru Kenyatta and the treasury that served under his regime have been dealt with bad news following what MP Kimani Ichung'wa has revealed.

While addressing his colleague parliamentarians this evening, Ichung'wa has opened up that they are going to reverse the state capture that was allegedly executed by the former government as a way of improving the economy for millions of Kenyans.

"Part of the legislative agenda that will be transacted on this floor will be to reverse that state capture of our economy and make our economy for the millions of Kenyans who voted for each of us here," said MP Kimani Ichung'wa.

Besides that, honorable Ichung'wa has accused Uhuru's government of making late commitments worthy billions of shillings immediately before and after elections without the approval from the parliament.

"Honorable speaker you'll be shocked that a week before the elections and a week after the elections, the former regime was still bidding the budget and making commitments. By the third week after elections they had made commitments of close to 200 billion shillings over and above what had been approved by this house," added MP Kimani Ichung'wa.

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