The president his excellency, William Ruto today surprised many after showing up in the parliament unannounced. Ruto visited and was seen having lunch with some of the legislators. Kenyans online were seen reacting to this online.
As this happened, many are still asking questions about the earlier reports that the government jaa very little money. Top lawyer, Ahmed Nasir has been seen in the past alleging that senior government officials in the recent past government looted public funds. The senior Counsel could not miss his usual allegations today on his Twitter account.
However, this was not taken well by Narok county senator Ledama Ole Kina. The senator who has reiterated that he is fully in opposition challenged the lawyer to name those who looted instead of just generalizing.
This could be the revelation many Kenyans are awaiting for as the tough economic times continue biting the common citizen. Will Ahmed Nasir name these individuals?
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