President Uhuru Kenyatta's woes continue to worsen after the Pandora expose as his handshake Partner Hon Raila Amollo Odinga throws him under the bus, exposes how millions of money is lost under his watch.
While addressing the STAR media journalists during an interview today on Wednesday 6th of October, the opposition chief Raila Odinga has accused the head of state of not being much vigilant in his administration and that is why close to 2 billion is lost every day.
"I have been in the government and I know what it's like to be tempted. These contractors will come with all sorts of enticements to influence your decision and if you are not careful, you end up losing a lot of money, and perhaps that's why Uhuru's government is losing more than 2 billion every year, "Raila told the papers.
At the same time, the former Prime Minister has mentioned that the Pandora leak came as a blessing and has called for the scrutiny of all government officials operating offshore accounts.
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