President Uhuru Kenyatta has one big dream ahead of retirement from the top seat. His dream has always been to leave behind a strong legacy that will make him remembered in the country for a very long time to come and no doubt, he has been doing well but the most disappointing thing is that many of the people in his government have been letting him down.
Every now and then, there have been different kinds of bad stories associated with some leaders in Uhuru's government and again today, Kenyans were left talking after angry MPs slapped President Uhuru Kenyatta's man John Munyes a huge fine. According to reports, the Mining CS was slapped a Ksh. 500,000 fine after he snubbed summons by House committee.
It is not known why John Munyes snubbed the summon by House committee but that is a wrong thing to do. Until now, Munyes is yet to respond but definitely, he will do so by time and as expected, he will explain why he had to snub the summon.
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