Just after Uhuru Kenyatta handed over power to President William Ruto and went home for retirement, he has been facing plenty of challenges as Ruto's government has been frustrating him and some of his close allies like Fred Matiang'i.
To this point, there have been some disturbing confessions made against Uhuru's government and today, things were even worse as another disturbing confession which may end up leaving former President Uhuru Kenyatta's man Ukur Yatani in trouble was made by budget boss.
As reported by the Nation Africa through their official telegram page, the budget boss broke her silence as she publicly confessed that she was pressured to release Ksh. 15 billion some days before the August 2022 general election by Ukur Yatani who served as the Treasury Cabinet Secretary under former President Uhuru Kenyatta.
That confession is just the latest move that may seem as a dig in Uhuru's men by President William Ruto's government.
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