Few days after meeting President William Ruto during his tour of Homa Bay county, Hon. Millie Odhiambo, a member of the national assembly from Suba North, launched a ferocious political attack on the president.
According to an article in The Sunday Nation, Millie Odhiambo has expressed her displeasure with President William Ruto over what she called his purported promotion of corrupt individuals within his ministry, which she described as glorifying corruption.
According to Millie, the president made appointments to the administration even though the candidates had active court proceedings involving corruption.
According to her, the president ought to refrain from making such appointments in order to prevent the loss of tax dollars that could otherwise be utilized to fund capital-intensive projects around the nation.
"With his appointments of persons of dubious integrity in particular, the president is regressing us in terms of governance.
Aside from that, he should speed up capital-intensive development initiatives rather than close corruption loopholes. Leaks, not investments, are what's wrong "Charged was Odhiambo.
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