Uasin Gishu County women representative hon Gladys Boss Sholei has caused a stir online after lecturing citizen TV journalist Sam Gituku for defending president Uhuru Kenyatta over the Pandora Paper exposure. This came after Gladys Boss Sholei claimed that Uhuru Kenyatta's family has over three trillions in foreign accounts while Sam Gituku disputed claiming it's not three trillions but three billions. This prompted her and asked Sam Gituku if he has been given a brief to defend kinyattas on this Issue, she alleged that she has gone through the report in details herself.She also claimed that even though its three billions it's a huge sum of money in foreign accounts which should be in the country circulating. She added that kenyans are going through a tough time especially after the effects of Covid-19 which has caused alot of problems to all kenyans. Gladys now want president Uhuru Kenyatta to come out and reveal the truth to kenyans. She also claimed that whoever loves his country should not do that while his people are suffering.
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