Hon Moses Kuria, who is a Member of Parliament for Gatundu South, and also a close ally to Deputy President William Samoei Ruto ignited a hot debate online when he said this over the construction of Gravel roads under the Lapsset authority. (Courtesy photo)
According to him, he wondered how the tenders are being offered with ballooned budgets.
Perhaps, he said all gravel roads for 86 million per kilometre, and Lamu to Garissa is all murram for free everywhere. He explained that in his constituencies where it's difficult to get murram it costs 4 million per kilometre. He further stated that he thought all thieves were sent away from the government.His post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them agreed with him that some of the tenders are there to overuse the taxpayers money for nothing. They further called upon the Government to be very keen in awarding tenders to the Kenyans money. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, Comments and don't forget to share widely
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