Three national assembly vetting officials who also doubles as members of parliament have today revived serious allegations against President William Ruto's nominee for treasury professor Njuguna Ndung'u. They are as follows;
1. Kimani Ichung'wa.
"We've two sworn affidavits in our files both alleging that you were adversely mentioned in the sale of grand regency hotel and you also face abuse of office charges," asked Ichung'wa.
2. Opiyo Wandayi.
"In the year 2012 the Public Accounts Committee of the national assembly did induct you infact it barred you from holding public office on account of irregular procurement of printing contract to De La Rue. I'm sure you remember that? It went further to recommend for serious investigations into your conduct," asked Opiyo Wandayi.
3. Junet Mohammed.
"Your failure to protect to the shilling coupled with your monetary policies saw repatriation of US dollars from Kenya to money markets which collapsed. Even Reuters' survey named you as one of the least effective bankers in Africa. With all these failures what makes you so attractive to preside over Kenya's economy?," asked Junet Mohammed.
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