Former President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta is once again at the receiving end of Kenyans' wrath after an audit report indicated massive theft of public resources in his last days in office. The former Head of State has been allegedly found guilty of embezzling huge amount of money through fuel subsidies. The audit reveals that Ksh34 billions were lost in fuel subsidies 15 months to 2022 general elections.
The audit report has elicited angry reactions from Kenyans who are staring at the pangs of hunger orchestrated by lack of rains and drought. The high cost of living and wastage of public resources by political leaders have allegedly contributed to the pains and sufferings Kenyans are undergoing. Many Kenyans told off those supporting Uhuru's regime that the last government was meant for thieves. Other Kenyans are now wondering where Uhuru took all that amount to yet he claimed that his government was loosing Ksh. 2 billions daily to corruption cartels.
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