The National Integrity Alliance has issued red cards to senior Kenyan politicians seeking more political power in the 2018 national elections.
The federation did not identify who wanted the presidency, but it did issue red cards for lack of integrity to the Kirinyaga United Democratic Alliance Party's candidate and other prominent executives.
During her time as cabinet secretary, Anne Mumbi Waiguru was chastised for probing the 1.9 billion case that went missing in the National Youth Service scandal.
He is also accused of abusing his position and embezzling Kenya Shillings 10.6 million through the payment of travel allowances.
The allegations against the Kirinyaga district council, according to the federation, are another reason for who he was, and he was sent off since the Senate report implicated him in a number of incidents involving his office.
This comes only days after civil society groups advocated for the exclusion of 20 MPs from the next elections due to questions of integrity.
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