Popular Kenya Kwanza politician Kimani Ichungwah, has recently spoken about a plan involving top Government officials, that is allegedly about to take place.
According to Ichungwah, the officials were in the process of carrying out transactions, relating to treaties, agreements, land transfers, and unbudgeted funds that they were being pushed to transact.
These allegations by Ichungwah, come at a moment when the IEBC, is a few hours from announcing the winner between Raila and Ruto.
Some reports suggest that Uhuru, already knows who will win between the two, due to the amounts of intelligence information he possesses.
"AG Kihara, CS Yattar, Faridah Karoney and treasury." "Be advised to cease the transactions relating relating to treaties, agreements, land transfers and unbudgeted for procurement that you are being pushed to transact and back date."
"The law holds you individually responsible." It will come to haunt you. Ichungwah declared.
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