President William Ruto and tycoon business woman Mary Wambui at State House after her appointment as Communication Authority of Kenya chairperson. Photo courtesy.
Details have emerged that business woman Mary Wambui who is popularly referred as 'Wambui wa Ruto' has agreed with Kenya Revenue Authority to pay Her Sh2.2 billion arrears, which she was being accused off not paying the authority for several years which she has been running her businesses.
According to a report by the Standard Newspaper, Wambui had accepted to pay the Sh2.2 billion taxes which she was being accused of evading under the previous regime of President Uhuru Kenyatta. She had agreed with the KRA on the payment plan but the coming of a sudden deal from President William Ruto.
Which saw her being appointed as the Communication Authority of Kenya (CA) chairperson saved her. The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) immediately withdrawn charges against her, and requested the court to clear her since there was no enough evidence of her evading tax payment.
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