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"I Will Not Support Privatization of State Corporations We Shall Fight Any Attempts" Raila Ally Says

Narok Senator Ledama Olekina has claimed that He will lead other leaders in the fight against impunity, that may occur in government including alleged privatization of state corporations which have been handled by the government for many years now, without the help of external players.

Ledama revealed that any move to change the status of government entities such as the Kenya Port Authorities and Kenyan Biggest pipeline companies, that directly contribute in national capital and economic prosperity will not be tolerated by Him, or any other leader of opposition who has seen value in retaining the companies the way they are.

Olekina urged that the same positions who may be behind the same are fronting their own intrests and only focus on the profit making exercise, and that makes them corrupt and against the common goal of working for Kenyans who are waiting for the National cake to reach them.

President William Ruto has been claiming during Campaigns that He will take the self initiative to start the process, saying that most companies have been mismanaged for long and even nearly caused more damages to the government which is financing it, and also no returns now that they were expected to do so and benefit all.

Over the years Kenya pipeline, Kenya Airways among other state owned companies have been making huge losses, amounting to Billions to an extent that most of them were bailed out, with private banks and other organizations which have been showing intrests on the same.

Most Businessmen have been claiming their restoration and retaining to the corporations now that we have a new government which does not permit any kind of corruption. Most shareholders have been using unscrupulous means to wedge off their rivals and pile up illegal profits at the expense of ordinary Kenyans.

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