CS Rotich And CS Echesa (Photo courtesy)
For the last few years, Kenyans have been awakened with sad news concerning the loss of the taxpayer's money. Top leaders have been siphoning our money without accounting. This has led to high living standards among Kenyans.
Before the handshake, President Uhuru Kenyatta's camp was facing a series of scandals. Some of the major scandals during that tenure were Kimwaror and Arror dam scandal. Billions of money were lost and the head of state-directed all the two projects to be stopped.
A few years later, another scandal happen which was allegedly involved with former sports CS Echesa. After the above scandal, the ministry of health was also faced with the KEMSA scandal.
However, all is not lost as MP Peter Kaluma has emerged with a hopeful message to all Kenyans. According to MP Kaluma, more details on the Arror, Kimwaror dam scandal and Arm-deal will be out soon. This is indeed sad news to hustlers camp as Kieleweke is on move to ditch more.
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