Following the KEMSA scandal where Jubilee Vice-Chairperson David Murathe has been linked to Kshs4bn tender, Khalwale has joined the public in rejoicing and thanking the MPs, for the exposure sparking mixed reaction.
Murathe is reported to have admitted to playing a role in the award of a lucrative tender for the award of personal protective equipment.
Penning his thoughts on a post from his Twitter page, the former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale thanked the MPs for their exposure and urged them to carry on and give another update on the alleged involvement of Samantha Ngina Muthama.
"Actions must be taken to him. Deep state looming on tenders is a shame things. Corona has make cartels and tycoons to be rich, while poor citizens crying and begging God protect us. Nyasaye akhulinde mheshimiwa. 2022 strategic plan ahead tuko na wewe mheshimiwa." A comment read.
"Which public,only an idle man will be concerned with whatever you are talking about.Most of Kenyans are busy in ways to put even a meal on their tables.Wachana na maskini aendelee kua maskini huku nyinyi matajiri mkiendelea kutajirika zaidi...." A comment read.
"Nation making this headline is suspect or is someone after Murathe. Chances are he falling out. Wait for the thud. No longer a fan of newspapers in kenya. They are in bed with current government. Suprised they didn't use uhurus ally for description." A comment read.
"Mwanaume, run for president. You will be further embarrassed to know that you could be the cleaner man. Tumechoka!." A comment read.
"But we not forget about kimwarer, arror, maize scandal, fake firearms, weston en so forth. Remember to include them on your tweets! Ama utamwaga unga😂😂😂😂." A comment read.
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