Kenyans are now told what the administration of former president Uhuru Kenyatta did before leaving office as the fourth administration in the country a head of the August 9th general elections in the country.
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his administration had fronted the former prime minister Raila Odinga to succeed president Uhuru Kenyatta in the August polls. The two leaders had United together through the famous 2018 handshake.
And according to popular city lawyer Ahmednasir, the former administration led by Uhuru Kenyatta had looted everything from the treasury and state coffers with a mission that Raila Odinga would be elected the fifth president. He added that they said brazen theft never for a second contemplated a William Ruto's and ministration.
"The Treasury/State coffers were looted/cleaned by the Uhuru Administration on the calculations that Hon Raila will be elected president. The brazen theft of public funds never for a second contemplated a Ruto's Administration. What I'm hearing/seeing is beyond belief...THIEVES!" he alleged.
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