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Ichungwah Threatens To Expose Two Individuals Who Looted Public Fund Just After August Election

Hon. Kimani Ichungwah, leader of the majority in the National Assembly, has publicly threatened to reveal those from the previous administration who are accused of embezzling public funds before leaving office.

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The outspoken Kikuyu constituency Member of Parliament stated that he will appear before John Mbadi's committee with proof demonstrating how some individuals in the previous government looted the nation dry while lawmakers were debating the supplementary budget bill in the National Assembly.

According to Kimani Ichungwah, it is unclear who currently owns Telcom Kenya because the government spent Ksh 6.1 billion to purchase its shares, but some people in the prior administration sent the money to offshore accounts in Malaysia.

Additionally, he claimed that the money later returned to the nation, was put in some people's accounts, and was then transferred once more to offshore accounts in the Cayman Islands. He added that Kenyans will be shocked by the disclosure.

He criticized the person who was accused of stealing public funds by claiming that the transactions took place two days after the August polls. He claimed that those complaining about the high expense of living are the same people who stole the money.

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