Former Mukurweini Member Of Parliament Kabado Wa Kabado has allegedly revealed that President Uhuru Kenyatta might be forced to resign if the pressure from IMF bank continues. The International Monetary Fund is demanding the Jubilee government to release details of secret shareholders in firms with State contract and prosecute those implicated in graft. This include the Covid 19 mega heist. According to Kabado Wa Kabado, this is a path President Uhuru may not wish to go. However, Kabado has allegedly said that this is the only thing likely to force President Uhuru Kenyatta to tender his resignation. Kabado Wa Kabado reveals that the call for disclosure is growing louder as time goes by.
"A high resounding call IMF News but implementable by new regime not this one. If identities of mega contracts are to be disclosed, the entire and even president Uhuru Uhuru Kenyatta would resign Immediately. Indeed, BBI plot to pretect merchants of impunity," Revealed Kabado Wa Kabado.
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