Nation media columnist Gabriel Oguda has revealed that the deputy president William Ruto has asked the government led by president Uhuru Kenyatta to reveal to members of the public the individuals behind Kenya power and lighting company fraud.
"The Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya has asked the Gov't of the Republic of Kenya to tell Kenyans the faces behind energy cartels in Kenya. He's warned the Gov't that if they don't publish those names, Kenyans won't listen to what Gov't officials say anymore".
The deputy president William Ruto further issued a warning to the government that if they don't publish the names of the individuals behind Kenya power and lighting fraud, members of the public will ignore government officials directives.
President Uhuru Kenyatta appointed members of energy task force to investigate and present their recommendations on the way forward to curb cartels in the energy sector.These cartels are said to have been exposed by the energy task force which was chaired by John Ngumi.
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