Political analyst Herman Manyora has now tasked a close ally of President William Ruto to name alleged outgoing Cabinet Secretaries who dried up the national coffers.
Taking to his social media handle on Tuesday night, the vocal analyst has now urged renowned constitutional lawyer Ahmednasir Abdullahi to tell Kenyans the names of the said CS.
Manyora was reacting to a post of Ahmednasir Abdullahi which claimed that the country is "suffering" from foreign exchange shortage while some of former powerful ministers were 'keeping' the dollars.
"Tell us who they are, please," Herman Manyora begged.
Manyora's remarks came after the lawyer who represented retired President Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017 during the Presidential petition claimed that four CS were hoarding hundred of millions dollars.
Ahmednasir Abdullahi who enjoys close proximity to the Commander-in-Chief Dr William Ruto further maintained that if the dollars are recovered,it will boost the countries economy.
"Kenya's 2nd largest dollar reserve after Central Bank of Kenya is held/kept by Govt employees in their homes...imagine the hundreds of millions in dollars the 4 CS dollar Billionaires hoard in their homes...recovery of this loot will lead to a rapid appreciation of the shilling," said Ahmednasir Abdullahi.
Other leaders who have urged Ahmednasir Abdullahi to expose the CS is Narok county Senator Ledama Ole Kina who said the lawyer should have been summoned to even table evidence.
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