Kiharu constituency member of parliament and a close ally of Deputy President Dr.William Ruto, Hon. Ndindi Nyoro has caused a stir online after explaining to Kenyans how the state has captured the country and how the state capture works in a recent interview.Speaking during an interview with Ntv Kenya on Tueday night, Nyoro claimed that certain rich and powerful families operate in politics and use policies to start companies then use government machinery to make their companies flourish at the expense of hard working Kenyans.
Nyoro went further to say that the same trend is extended into the banking and mobile money lending services where Kenyans acquire Mobile loans like Mshwari and Fuliza loans which surprisingly are owned by the same rich and powerful leaders while a large number of Kenyans think the loans are offered by the Telecommunication giants Safaricom.
Remarks which have illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
Below is the Link to the video of his speech. https://www.facebook.com/51790559057/posts/10157519822024058/?app=fbl
Below are comments from Netizens on the post.
"Nyoro is very clear! State capture is real." A comment read.
"And they are seriously condemning corruption. Ama hizi ni mega corruption. " a comment read.
"But you were once supporting them." A comment read.
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