Former Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yattani and Central Bank of Kenya Governor Patrick Njoroge are now in trouble following a suggestion by Ruto's close ally and Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdulahi.
The senior Counsel has alleged that dollars borrowed from international development partners in the last month of former president Uhuru Kenyatta's administration did not find their way into the Central Bank of Kenya.
Photo Courtesy; Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdulahi.
The ally of President William Ruto now alleges that the dollars borrowed was shared on 50:50 ratio between the CBK and the government. He argues that the 50% was allegedly taken by the Treasury to pay pending bills in foreign currencies to Chinese Contractors.
In a conclusion, the Senior Counsel now wants the President not to clear CBK Governor Patrick Njoroge and Outgoing Treasury CS Ukur Yattani until all dollar inflows into the county during the last one year are accounted for and the Central Bank of Kenya reserves are audited.
"In my view H.E Williams Ruto should not clear both Gov Njoroge and CS Ukur Yatani until all dollar inflows into the country during the last one year are accounted for and CBK reserves are audited." Ahmednasir said.
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