The arrest of Mathira Constituency member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua has elicited protest from deputy President William Ruto allies who are claiming that it's discrimination due to their victory in Kiambaa Constituency in the just completed by-elections.
As the protest continues in the second day, Former Jubilee deputy secretary general Caleb Kositany has reveled why a section of suspects will not be arrested despite corruption cases surrounding them, and the State is also aware of the massive heist.
The Soy MP remarks came as a response to Edward Kisiang'ani's question on when the Covid-19 billionaires will be nabbed despite the president Uhuru Kenyatta promise that all of them will be found.
Mr Kositany has however allegged that no arrest should be expected for the Covid-19 billionaires suspects citing that unlike Gachagua, the covid-19 billionaires suspects are politically correct.
"Hi guys! Does anybody have an idea when the DCI is likely to arrest the KEMSA and Covid billionaires?," Kisiang'ani pasused.
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