Leading Kenyan figures have now urged President William Ruto to reveal who killed former IEBC official Chris Musando after President Ruto revealed police brutality directed by former DCI chief George Kinoti.
President Ruto discussed the container inside the police station where he explained to Kenyans why he was forced to kill the Kinoti man in a media interview earlier this week.
Kabando requested while he was reacting to a post by senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi who also urged President Ruto to expose and uncover all the scams that the previous administration was involved in
"William Ruto can't afford to cover up the many scams his predecessor H.E Uhuru's admin played on taxpayers. He must disclose to Kenyans who are the shareholders of the Expressway & whether members of the previous administration got 15% EQUITY as kickbacks @kipmurkomen," said the lawyer.
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