"Kidagaa Kimemwozea!" Kalonzo in Trouble Over Yatta Land Grabbing After Fresh News Reveals This
By Breakingkenya | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 6246 views
Kalonzo Musyoka, the former Deputy President of Kenya on Wednesday landed in trouble over Yatta Land grabbing allegations after new reports from former state house Employee revealed that the Ministry of Interior and coordination of the National Government have already written a letter to President Uhuru Kenyatta concerning the matter.
Through his official twitter account handle, Dennis Itumbi has revealed that Kenyans will get to know the actual truth in the coming days as far as the real beneficiaries of the Yatta Land Grabbing are concerned.
Dennis Itumbi: I have chosen to help Hon. @skmusyoka find the Truth about the NYS Yatta Farm. I think @DCI_Kenya forgot. So I wrote to the Ministry of Public Service on an investigation they did on the grabbing. They wrote a letter to President Uhuru naming the Grabbers.Nita kusaidia Bro.
At the same time, David Murathe has threatened to expose the real beneficiaries of of the KEMSA Scandal, adding that he has all the necessary files.
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