Deputy president ally Denis Itumbi has shocked the nation with his tweet directed to the IMF World Bank and the president at a point when the people have expressed their anger with the government rejecting the IMF loan approved last week.
He has revived president Uhuru's history saying that he would get to see every single tender winner, owner, and beneficiaries, citing that the IMF and world bank should know that as Kenyans are uniting to reject the loan, they are want to see the public pledge by the statehouse fulfilled.
"[email protected] and @WorldBank @WorldKenya, at one time, President Kenyatta told us we would get to see every single tender winner, owners, and beneficiaries, as we reject the loans we also want to see the public pledge by @StateHouseKenya fulfilled," Itumbi tweeted.
President should be worried about the current events happening in the nation, seeing that the citizens are rejecting the loan he is requesting associating the government with corruption.
Uhuru needs to take swift steps to save this nation by eradicating corruption in his government before it's too late to control people's anger against his government.
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