Itumbi Dares Statehouse To Publish Tender Winners and Beneficiaries As Adviced By The President
By RealGithiri | self meida writer
Published 9 days ago - 1 views
It's actually not a pleasant week for the Jubilee administration. This is after kenyans ganged up against the government's decision to borrow more money from the IMF bank.
Kenyans have termed the loan issued to Kenya as a way of making the Jubilee administration more corrupt. They have even started a petition to stop the IMF bank to stop the transaction.
Close to 150,000 Kenyans have signed the petition currently doing rounds across all social media platforms. It's the rot in Jubilee administration that has made the country suffer to this extent where Kenyans have lost faith in them.
However popular blogger and former employee to statehouse Dennis Itumbi has come out to ask statehouse to publish all tenders won as the president had hinted before.
Itumbi who is also against the decision by the government to borrow more money yet it's all coming to a few individuals pockets.
He wrote; Dear @IMFNews and @WorldBank @WorldBankKenya, at one time, President Kenyatta told us we would get to see every single Tender winner, owners and beneficiaries, as we REJECT the loans, we also want to see the public pledge by @StateHouseKenya fulfilled.
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