In the recent years our country has been one which is full of corruption and impunity. Scandals after scandals have been brought to the limelights. But the most disappointing part is that all those involved is these mega corruption deals are still walking Scort free.
We can all remember the Kimwarer and Arror mega dam project that was said to have thrown 21billion taxpayers money into the drains. The project was halted after it was discovered to be corruption den.
The new information resurfacing has it that, the taxpayer could still lose about 12.4 billion as the Italian company seeks compensation for the for the cancellation of the contract.
The Area senator Kipchumba Murkomen has slammed the government saying that the whole plan was just meant to deny the locals the project and it had nothing to do with fighting corruption. He has further said that the state would be ready to pay for work not done rather than see the project in his county.
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