Today, Twitter has been awash with claims and allegations that the son of the current Cabinet Secretary for Finance Ukur Yattani was on Friday last week seized at Jomo Kenyatta with huge amounts of money while enroute to Dubai.
The tweet went viral to a point of the CS Ukur Yattani knowing. In his response, Yattani tarnished the claim's as he termed them as utter nonsense.
"The social media reports by Alai and Nyakundi that one of my son's was arrested at the airport is false, malicious and utter nonsense. It's sad to note the extent heartless individuals can go to besmirch innocent family's reputation to achieve an end. We shall meet with the in court."
Kimani Ichungwa who is the current Member of Parliament for Kikuyu Constituency however come out to defend the bloggers as he tells Yattani that Twitter is not Court and hence he should stop threatening anyone.
"Tweeter is Not Court. Don't threaten anyone. If innocent go to court we see. The truth is out there. We know it," Kimani said.
Many Kenyan's have come out attacking Yattani as they tell him that he is the source of the hiking Kenyan debts and the money alleged to be was with his son are part of the 2 billions stollen daily from the government.
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