Kabando Wa Kabando has hinted through his official tweeter page alleging that the former British Premier Tony Blair is in Kenya for consultation with the government of Kenya. In the spirit of good governance, transparency and accountability. The jubilee government should disclose contract details thereof.
Kabando Wa Kabando is one of the top leaders who is criticizing president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration daily. And Kabando Wa Kabando is in record preferring deputy president William Ruto than any other presidential candidates come 2022.
"Former British Premier Tony Blair is consulting for Government of Kenya. In the spirit of Good Governance, Transparency and Accountability, Government of Kenya should disclose contract details thereof, full fees and benefits paid, and competitiveness of the said consultancy. Kabando Wa Kabando wrote.
While a section of Kenyans are telling Kabando Wa Kabando, that he was an MP 2013 - 2017, and a member of ruling Jubilee party. Jubilee hired Tony Blair while he was a ruling party MP in parliament and he didn't question the appointment with his then powers to oversight the executive. Now making demands on Twitter like the rest of us.
You can follow his official tweeter page and read more for yourself;
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