Deputy president William Ruto's Dennis Itumbi has sent out a message to the president of the United States of America Joe Biden on their meeting with the Kenyan Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta.
I'm his message, Dennis Itumbi has asked Joe Biden to focus on the development agenda of the East African country and not on loans between the two nations during their highly anticipated meeting.
He has alleged that Americans have lost billions of money that was contributed to the country through the COVID-19 funds that was aimed at aiding the nation in combating the novel Corona virus pandemic.
"Dear @POTUS, as you host our President, Uhuru Kenyatta, please understand we need BUSINESS and NOT more LOANS. Importantly, USA Tax-payers and Kenyans lost BILLIONS in the #CovidBillionares scandal involving KEMSA. Please help us get answers. #BottomUP"https://t.co/J02q8xWlGM
He has since shared a link of a video disclosing details of the mega scandal as shared by one of the top investigative journalist in the country.
It has already been disclosed that the Kenyan Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta will be meeting with his United States counterpart president Joe Biden at his official residence in White House, in Washington DC.
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