Photo: Martin Wanyonyi (Source/YouTube)
According to Martin the Governor has been looting County Government funds, and distributing the money with a group of MPs and MCAs, so that they could not expose his dirty game to the Public.
"Nimepigwa Makofi sababu ya kupinga Uongozi wa Governor Wyclife Wangamati. Katibu imetoa Uhuru wa watu kujieleza, lakini ni tofauti sana na kile tunachokishuhudia sasa hivi."
A few days ago, Embu County MCAs asked the Financial Senate Committee to Investigate Governor Martin Wambora on he used Ksh 700 Million Covid-19 Funds.
Kenya is among the top Corrupt Countries in Africa. The Kenyan Court can arrest a thief a Chicken worth Ksh 600, and free a Politician who looted or stole Billions of Money on bail.
Corruption cannot stop in this Country, if our own elected and appointed leaders are busy celebrating and enjoying the sweat and Fruits of Corruption.
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