The vice president has twice pledged to identify those who misappropriated money by undermining the operation of various government agencies. Photo Courtesy
In her testimony before the parliamentary committee today, the controller of the budget described how she was pressured into signing documents authorizing the use of $15 billion by Uhuru's associates and the candidate's campaign.
This is anticipated to start a new chapter in the government's battle against the misappropriation of public funds, which the current administration claims is to blame for the difficult economic times. Gachagua claims that once the nation has recovered from the economic upswing, all those accountable will be made public.
As a result, the former CS in charge of internal security and the right hand man of the former president Kenyatta was today under investigation for the alleged misappropriation of public funds. In an effort to reveal a legal case against him, it is claimed that Fred Matiangi was in the spotlight while being questioned.
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