Vocal Tangatanga Senator for Nakuru County Susan Kihika has scolded President Uhuru Kenyatta after details emerged on how billions of money has been lost through him. According to an article published by famous publication in the United States of America, Washington Post, President Uhuru Kenyatta has been named among other world leaders as some of the leaders who have been accused of hiding money worth billions and one that has been gotten through dubious means.
Taking to his Twitter handle, the vocal Nakuru Senator has tweet with a short message saying that the cat has been let out finally. The statement linking Uhuru to loss of tax payers money amid speculations linking the Deputy President William Ruto with massive accusations linking him with corruption. The report also comes at a time when the country is heading to general elections and any mistake done by one candidate will be used by rivals to outsmart them. No statement has been released regarding that.
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