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Kabando Asks Uhuru To Act Immediately After Ruto's Daring Speech At His Karen Home On KPLC Cartels

Kabando. Photo courtesy.

Deputy president William Ruto while addressing residents yesterday demanded that those people in energy sector explain how the government is loosing alot of money and yet there is poor service delivery to the people. Seemingly angry Ruto continued to claim that there are people in government sectors who are doing everything in frustrating Kenyans by increasing prices constantly without any care on what is happening to Kenyans.

Well, from Ruto speech. Former Mukurwei-ni Member of Parliament Kabando has asked the president to act Immediately and order the public sector concerning Kenya power and lightening company to expose the files of those that the company is doing business with. It is Claimed that cartels are using those links in syphoning public resources and therefore, they must be exposed and brought to books.

"Amongst those who urged Uhuru to #CrackWhip against graft in cabinet, entire govt and initially believed in BBI, I Nov 2019 exited train after realising it's a fraud. Then WE lost all hope that Uhuru would ever act against mega graft; can't touch Ruto coz bigger rot on his desk." Posted Kabando.

If indeed Ruto's latest trajectory is a Damascus, it's welcome move indeed. Whatever whenever however wherever WHOEVER tickles anti-graft WHATEVER the motive, it is so welcome! Disclose KPLC vested interests NOW! Open IPPs supplier files NOW" added Kabando

Kenyans have been lamenting in how prices of power and Gus are high hence affecting them so much. Some have been forced to switch to other ways of power production such as solar panels where it is a little cheaper than KPLC. Well, do you think the president will act on what is being said in the country? Share with us your views.

Here is The link to the video of Ruto attacking the government.

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