Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai has claimed that the Kenya Kwanza government is working on a deal that may turn out to be a big corruption scandal. He says there are some individuals close to the UDA party who are in talks with Gulf Oil to import oil.
According to Alai, the individuals who are close to President Ruto are working on a deal to import fuel from the United Arab Emirates for the next nine months. He says the individuals have connections with the people in government and they are working with Principal Secretary Roseline Njogu. Roseline Njogu is a PS in the Diaspora Department.
Alai has also claimed that the earnings got from the dealings will be invested in bonds. Once the money has been invested for some time, it will be sent to United Arab Emirates.
“I am learning that some UDA business people are planning to work with Gulf Oil to import fuel from the United Arab Emirates into the country for the next 9 months. The investers of Gulf Oil are said to be related to Roseline Njogu who is the PS for Diaspora Department. The money will be invested in treasury bonds before it is remitted back to United Arab Emirates,” Alai has claimed.
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