Hon Peter Kenneth, a former Gatanga Member of Parliament, has reacted to yesterday's statements by Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader Musalia Mudavadi, attacking President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga, claiming that they are leading the country into an economic stalemate through excessive borrowing and corruption.
Speaking at a meeting with former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and leaders from Murang'a County today in Thika, Kenneth urged Musalia to likewise quit lying to Kenyans about his ability to resuscitate the economy while he was Finance Minister amid the country's largest corruption scandal.
I overheard someone discussing an earthquake and awaited it with bated breath, but what I heard was that individual was simply attacking the President and you, Raila Odinga. He was saying, "Tusidanganyane, so ndio, so hata sisi tunamwambia tusidanganyane, the country's worst corruption scandal occurred during his tenure as Finance Minister, how can he now attempt to inform us about the economy?" he said.
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