President Uhuru Kenyatta's Cabinet Secretary, Ukur Yatani has broken silence after the news went viral that his son was held up at JKIA on his way to Dubai after being found in possession of large sums of millions of money. The news has ever since gone viral with Kenyans demanding for action to be taken.
Photo Courtesy/ Treasury CS, Ukur Yatani with Pres. Uhuru
The Treasury CS has now cleared the air on the controversial story which has been in the headlines. According to CS, Ukur Yatani, he will move to Court to sue bloggers, Robert Alai and Cyprian Nyakundi for spreading false information to the public about his son's arrest.
@TheStarKenya Yatani said that his son has not been arrested. https://t.co/vvEnnETEIL
CS Ukura Yatani has vowed to sue the two bloggers for allegedly spreading fake information regarding his son, Ibrae. Tangatanga MP, Hon. Kimani Ichung'wah has dared CS Ukur Yatani to go ahead and sue the two bloggers.
According to Hon. Kimani Ichungwah, the Treasury CS should not threaten anyone and instead should head to the Court where the truth will finally come out.
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