Speaking at KTN News on Thursday night, vocal Mathira Member Of Parliament blatantly said that President Uhuru Kenyatta should stop preaching water and drinking wine. The Legislator said that Uhuru has been lethal and Vocal about corruption yet he's not leading by example. The Mathira legislator said that it must from the top with the President and then coming down. According to Rigathi Gachagua, kenyans are eager to hear what Uhuru has to say about the Pandora Papers
"If the money was genuine, why is the money stashed in foreign accounts. Uhuru has been vocal in fighting against corruption. He should have the highest moral ground. He should Stop preaching water and drinking wine. What is the essence of having Secret bank account if the Money was clean. But let give him a benefit of doubt. The president must lead by example. He needs to clear it. He himself said that we should be transparent. He should also explain how his father acquired his land and their wealth," revealed Rigathi Gachagua.
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