Barely three days after firing Health Principal Secretary Dr Josphine Mburu, President William Ruto has cracked the whip again by going after Officers involved in corruption deals during the former regime. According to letters released to the media from State House, the said officers have been suspended because of continuous complains and corruption allegations against them. The said Officers and employees are from Kenya Bureau of standards (KEBs), Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) and a number of police officers.
The accused are allegedly said to have released condemned sugar to the public for consumption despite being warned. The said poisonous sugar was released back in 2018 during the regime if former president Uhuru Kenyatta. The alleged people are said to have released 20, 000 bags f tell said sugar which was in returned consumed by the public. The officers named will remain suspended until investigations are complete.
An old photo of President William Ruto
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