SC Paul Muite ( Photo Courtesy)
President Uhuru Kenyatta's camp has been coming up with several strategies to prevent the big fish from siphoning the taxpayer's money. Since Raila Odinga and President Uhuru joined hands, their vision and mission have allegedly reduced the rate at which top leaders have been siphoning money.
However, the latest move by the government has awakened the senior counsel Paul Muite. The government has decided to help and rescue the ailing Kenya Power. From reliable sources, Kenya's power is almost running bankrupt as some people have been taking siphoning money from the company.
Amid this discussion, Paul Muite has dropped a bombshell to the government as he questioned them on their move. According to SC Paul Muite, most of the big fish have been getting away scot-free.
"How else has the looting there gone on for so long with total impunity? Even now, the most we should expect is a few sacrificial lambs to be criminally charged while the Big Fish get away scot-free!!" Paul Muite said.
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