Following Mary Wambui's selection as the chairman of the Communication Authority of Kenya, President William Ruto and the business tycoon met at the White House. It has been revealed that businesswoman Mary Wambui, also known as "Wambui wa Ruto," has consented to pay the Kenya Revenue Authority her Sh2.2 billion in arrears after being accused of failing to do so for years while she operated her enterprises.
The Standard Newspaper reported that Wambui had agreed to pay the Sh2.2 billion in taxes that she was accused of avoiding during President Uhuru Kenyatta's previous administration. She and the KRA had agreed on a payment schedule, but President William Ruto suddenly offered a bargain. This resulted in her being chosen as the chairman of the Communication Authority of Kenya (CA) protected her. As soon as she was charged, the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) withdrew the charges and asked the court to exonerate her since there was insufficient proof that she had been dodging tax payments.
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