Former President Uhuru Kenyatta's cabinet secretaries seem to be in trouble with the current regime as a thorough investigation is being carried out all over.
It all began with Former Interior Cabinet Secretary, Dr Fred Matiang'i, and now Former Treasury Cabinet Secretary will also be answering some questions.
In an audit released by the auditor general, Nancy Gathungu, 34 billion Kenyan shillings were lost 15 months before the August 2022 general elections.
The abovementioned amount was meant to cushion Kenyans from the high cost of fuel but unfortunately ended up in the pockets of unnamed individuals.
The money was lost through overpayments, irregular utilisation, irregular advance sales prices stabilisation, and irregular demurrage.
This all happened when the Former Cabinet Secretary was in office and puts him on the spot on why he let it happen as Kenyans face these tough times.
The Former CS is yet to make any comment on the same. However, efforts by The Ministry of Petroleum and Mining to clear its name remained futile.
This happened as there was clear documentation on the same that indicated something contrary to what they were trying to insinuate.
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