President Uhuru who is currently in Switzerland said that Government agrees to send back Sh230m graft funds stashed in the country; asks Kenya to speed up cases against suspects. Here are some of the comments from Kenyans concerning this.
Joe twerted, "We have billions hidden in tax havens spread across the globe..which GOK pursues reluctantly because those in charge have hidden treasures abroad hence the conflict of interest these moneys should be returned to pay off Chinese loans crippling the country."
Wachira tweeted, "What I know Switzerland never ask where the is from ,that's why the country is rich ,I think Uhuru shares are banked there ,I know they were laughing what is 230m!"
Sharif tweeted, "There are no cases of corruption in Kenya, and there will be none. The Lord's of the Milk Empire and Banks will make sure there will be no cases to be prosecuted."
Mwanzia tweeted, "I bet there is no money being sent back. This is just politics. From whose account? We only know of one client."
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