The former kakamega county senator Dr Bonny khalwale has always been on top on twitter and Facebook revealing the hidden secrets going on in the government. This Evening he has pointed out on the kakamega county governor Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya and asked him to remember the amount that he took from kakamega county government that was meant to pay the sugarcane farmers of Mumias Sugar Company.
On his Facebook page he said, “ Great, count on our support but please also don't forget the small matter of the pending ksh. 200 million that you took from the county government of Kakamega that were to pay farmers of Mumias Sugar Company."
This was his response to Mr. Governor after Oparanya has said that he will ensure that no one will mess up with the funds meant people of kakamega. while at the funeral of one of his friend's mother Oparanya said “As a governor of county 037, I will not allow any individual to derail the process of reviving mumias sugar company for their political interests at the expense of cane farmers and workers who depend on the company. Before I leave the office I will ensure that the company is upand running."
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