President Uhuru Kenyatta government has been given ultimatum to reveal the names of those people who took part in the KEMSA covid-19 billions Scandal. From the reports by the standard newspaper. The IMF money lending organization has lauded the efforts made by the government in fighting corruption and exposing those who looted the money through auditing, but they're insisting that it is not enough, and real names must be revealed by tomorrow midnight.
The ultimatum is part of an agreement on 250billion loan that is expected to be issued to Kenya soon. The money is expected to help in boosting the economy post covid-19 pandemic and also to help in fighting the fourth wave that is causing havoc in the nation currently. Several people are dying from this wave that is affecting people and if the lost money will be recovered, it will help alot in fighting the pandemic.
Kenyans are waiting eagerly to know those who looted the country when everyone was focused on fighting the pandemic. Several doctors have lost their lives to covid-19 due to lack of proper prevention equipments, since the money which was set aside for the same was Stolen.
It will be a great opportunity to shame the masterminds who are taking kenyans lives for granted by pocketing all the Billions allocated to KEMSA. Well, let's wait and see if the government will comply by tomorrow midnight.
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