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Don't die alone, MP tells Namwamba

10 March 2015, 11:33 Jackson Okata

Nakuru - Nakuru east Member of Parliament, David Gikaria has asked Budalangi MP, Ababu Namwamba to name all corrupt members of the Public Accounts Committee instead of dying alone.

Speaking at Nakuru town Monday, Gikaria said that members of the PAC are using Namwamba as a sacrificial lamb to hide their corrupt deeds and asked Namwamba to spill the beans.

Gikaria claimed that there are senior officials both in government and the opposition who wanted to use PAC to cover their evil deeds but Namwamba resisted and that is why they are fighting him.

Read Also: PAC members should step down, says lobby group

“I want to tell my friend Namwamba that he should not accept to die alone. If it means dying, then let him die with the entire PAC team. PAC cannot be used as a shield to protect and cover up corrupt individuals and because Ababu has proved to be a straightforward leader, some corrupt members of the PAC want him out so they can have a chance to protect corrupt government officials,” he said.

The MP added that instead of fighting PAC and Namwamba, Members of Parliament should support the committee and even give it more powers as a way of fighting corruption in the country.

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