Although President Uhuru Kenyatta has been doing well as the Head of State, there are things that have been pulling him back in his quest to leave behind a strong legacy when he retires. One of those things is the ever increasing corruption deals around the nation.
Many leaders in Uhuru's government have been associated with corruption deals and after President Uhuru Kenyatta issued a tough warning, it was believe that the dirty deeds would end but today, Kenyans were astonished after another Sh859 million corruption saga was brought to light in President Uhuru's government.
According to reports, Taita Taveta MCAs have summoned Water executive Esther Mwanyumba to explain how Sh 859 million grant for water and sanitization was spent. It is said that the summon came after nominated MCA Chris Mwambingu sought a statement on the status of the multi-million shilling European Union-funded Nyangoro Water project in Maktau location, Mwatate sub-County that stalled.
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