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Orengo will shame the devil

16 September 2014, 14:29 William Korir

Nairobi - Siaya Senator James Orengo will to be afraid to name names in the Lamu land probe, even if they are big personalities in the country.

The legislator is currently under the gosh for allegedly taking part in the disposition of 500,000 acres of public land in Lamu County during his time as Lands Minister.

He has all through denied the claims, saying that he is clean from the allegations.

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Speaking Monday at the CID headquarters in Nairobi through Kakamega Senator Bonny Khalwale, Orengo was categorical he would not be afraid to name names if possible.

" We will not be afraid to name all those who are hiding behind this case, he said.

" We have information that we will avail in the statement we make Tuesday. We will not stave off naming people who were involved, he added.

State House earlier in the year shot down efforts by Orengo to claim that Deputy President William Ruto was involved in the Lamu land grabbing, as did current Labour secretary Kazungu Kambi.

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" Efforts to paint the DP and other government officials in the plot spark of desperation and a plot that is bound to fail embarrasingly, the statement from State House claimed.

Orengo claims he has a list of 1,000 people he knows are involved in land grabbing in the County but has thus far not named any one involved.

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