It all started like this and before the blink of an eye, Nairobi had lost her former Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko. That's how it has started for Deputy Governor Anne Kananu. Slowly by slowly but if she doesn't act quick to clear her name, she may find herself going home just like her predecessor.
That is because a big money scandal has been alleged in her office. According to details reported by Robert Alai through his official twitter account, there is an MCA who wants Nairobi DG Ann Kananu to be investigated over Ksh 685 million payments, a scandal that may as well spell the beginning of an end to her service. That is a big amount of money that surely will raise eyebrows among the tax payers.
"MCA Peter Imwatok Wants Nairobi DG Ann Kananu Investigated Over Ksh685 Million Payments ." Tweeted Robert Alai.
Anne Kananu should not take that one lightly. She needs to act now before they act against her. It won't be realist for her to be impeached just months after being sworn in.
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