Former Bahati Member of Parliament Kimani Ngunjiri has allegedly revealed why the CAS Posts and office of spouse to Prime Cabinet Secretary Wycliffe Musalia Mudavadi are a waste of taxes.
Speaking to Maina Mukirio on Kameme TV. Kimani Ngunjiri explained into details how Kenyans are suffering the high cost of living because of high taxation.
According Kimani Ngunjiri satisfied sentiments, President William Ruto should fulfill the promises he made to Kenyans during the campaign period.
"It is very painful watching Kenyans suffering at the expense of Government officials. What is the importance of creating CAS positions and office of spouse to Prime Cabinet Secretary."
"It will cost the Kenya Kwanza Government a whooping Amount of Kshs 2Billion to cater for the needs of the appointed CAS. Something must be wrong somewhere."
Kimani Ngunjiri has warned President William Samoei Ruto to be very careful with whatever he is doing today because it might cost him come 2027.
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