Lawmakers accuse former minister of hatching a plot to take over ownership of the troubled state agency.
Members of Parliament from coffee growing regions accused former Agriculture cabinet Secretary Peter Munya and his Treasury counterpart Ukur Yatani of plotting to take over ownership of the new Kenya planters cooperative Union (KPCU) The 77 members of Parliamentary coffee caucus are demanding to know why the two fingers cabinet secretaries appear in the institutions company registration documents.
"The former cabinet secretaries Ukur Yatani and Peter Munya have taken over ownership of KPCU. The CR12 that we were able to search from the registrar of companies clearly indicates that the two are owners with shares which is completely unacceptable". Caucus chairperson Gathoni Wamuchomba and Githunguri MP said.
Speaking at Manzoni lodge in Machakos County on Monday, the lawmakers vowed to table the matter in their respective houses to correct the abnormality and present a legislative framework that will counter some alleged bad laws that have been oppressive to coffee farmers. "We want to tell Munya and Yatani that the people of Kenya do not trust him to hold anything for them.
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