The Majority leader in the National Assembly Kimani Ichung'wah has revealed the details of his opinion poll, on who to believe between the former National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yattani and the Controller of Budget Margaret Nyakango.
Nyakango had on Tuesday said that Yattani forced her, through Whatsapp, to approve Sh15 Billion from the government accounts while dragging the name of the Former President Uhuru Kenyatta, with Yattani in his response terming Nyakango's claims as false and malicious, further threatening to take legal action against her.
In Ichung'wah's Twitter poll, out of 3409 online users who took part, 76 per cent said that they trust Nyakango, while 24 per cent said they trust the former CS.
The Kikuyu MP went on to drag in the Ministry of Roads and Infrastructure which was led by James Macharia, and who handed over to the current CS Kipchumba Murkomen.
"The results on BELIEVABILITY of Ukur Yatani. There is something Kenyans know that someone imagined they are fools. When the roads& transport sector lid is lifted Kenyans will know more on who was who."
Ichung'wah's remarks comes at a time when different political experts and leaders from both the Kenya Kwanza Alliance camp and the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance claim that Nyakang'o is to blame for 'accepting to be coerced' yet she is serving an independent office, with some urging her to resign so that investigations can kick off.
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