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JUST IN: 2.2 Billion Tax Evasion Case Against Mary Wambui Dropped, Ruto Mocked by Nation Columnist

Nation Media Columnist Gabriel Oguda has alleged that the 2.2 billion tax evasion of one, Mary Wambui, the Communications Authority of Kenya chairperson has been pulled down amid President William Ruto's move to crack down on avoidance of tax.

Oguda, an anti-Ruto campaigner, ridiculed President Ruto, saying that, he is after the Hustlers evading taxes and not the dynasties within his space, dragging the Former President Uhuru Kenyatta's viral remarks chastened: Semeni dainaste mbaya.

The viral remarks were made by Uhuru on his way out after warning Kenyans from electing President Ruto, over what he said, they will regret should they vote him instead of the Former Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance Presidential aspirant Raila Odinga.

According to Oguda, Wambui's pending 2.2 case was declared pulled down after the DPP made an application.

"As your favorite president encourages KRA to crack down on hustlers evading tax, the 2.2 Billion tax evasion case against Communication Authority of Kenya chairperson Mary Wambui has been withdrawn after the DPP made an application. Semeni dainaste mbaya." Said Oguda.

President Ruto, while addressing the State of the Nation noted that his government will ensure every Kenyan pays taxes as a mean of enabling him pay off the debts he said, he inherited from Uhuru's administration.

The Head of state went ahead to introduce charges in Mobile banking transfers, increased electricity by 15 percent and removed all other subsidies amid the public outcry of hardship brought about by the already fragile economy of the country.

He later said, the decisions he and his administration were going to make would be difficult but worth taking, asking Kenyans to give him more time to bring the normalcy back.

However, Oguda, cites that the directives and tough decisions made by Ruto were only for the common Kenyans and not those in government.

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