President Kenyatta's silence over Waiguru questionable, says MP
04 November 2015, 21:32
Nairobi - A Jubilee Coalition allied Member of Parliament has said that President Uhuru Kenyatta's silence on the mega corruption being reported at the Devolution Ministry is not only questionable and worrying but also portrays him in bad light.
Kuresoi South MP Zakayo Cheruiyot said that President Kenyatta should bite the bullet and send Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru home just like he did to other CS's who were implicated with corruption.
He wondered what kind of evidence the president was waiting for to dismiss Waiguru while all the evidence is all over the media.
Speaking Wednesday in Nakuru town, Cheruiyot said that the President should tell the country why he is shielding Waiguru from stepping down.
“One wonders why the President has not even said a single word about the corruption at the Devolution ministry. His silence over this issue is leaving a lot to be desired and it is portraying him as a supporter of corruption that is being done by his own people,” said Cheruiyot.
“It seems Waiguru is so special that no one is supposed to either talk about her or touch her and even the president himself cannot dare touch her,” he added.
He called on Members of parliament to support the impeachment motion against Waiguru that is to be re-tabled in parliament by Nandi hills MP Alfred Keter this week.
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