The Immigration Department Authorities purportedly blocked an influential politician's trip to Saudi Arabia.
Move was made by the State as it extended it's fight against corruption to the private sectors of the country.
The high profile official was allegedly set to depart for a work tour of the Gulf States for the betterment of the working environment for the average Kenyan government employees.
However, official sources dismissed the claims and interjected that the official's real mission abroad was to siphon taxpayer cash into private offshore accounts for the benefit of an influential 2022 presidential hopeful.
The politician in controversy dismissed the allegations citing that the shadowy deep state was set to bar him from accomplishing his official duties.
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On the other hand, the Second in Command has send a cryptic message to his boss the outgoing President of the Republic of Kenya His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta as he celebrates his birthday.
According to trusted sources, the Commander in Chief celebrated his sixtieth birthday on 26th of October 2021.
Message came amid claims that the Chief Hustler was presiding over a ceremony to celebrate Waiguru's decision to dump the reigning coalition for the Hustler's outfit.
"Let's pray for his success as he guides the nation into a greater promise," the message read in part.
This was ironic as the Second in Command has been subjecting his boss's projects to a series of criticism over the past 4 years.
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