Jubilee hiding KES 5 billion for 2017 campaigns
29 February 2016, 11:41
Nakuru - A Nakuru based civil society group has claimed that the Jubilee government has hidden KES 5 billion stolen from public coffers for next year's election campaigns.
The Nakuru corruption watch said the money is part of the loot from Eurobond and NYS.
The group chair, Kimani Njogu said the money has being hidden in a secret foreign account being held by a senior government official.
Speaking Sunday in Nakuru town, Njogu said that the Jubilee government is planning to use the money to win next year's polls.
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"We know there is some KES 5 billion which is part of the NYS and Eurobond loot that has been hidden in some secret foreign account and will be used by Jubilee to buy victory in the 2017 polls," said Njogu.
He added: "The money is resting in a foreign bank under the name of a senior official in government,"
Njogu accused the government of giving its officials the green-light to loot the country.
"The Jubilee government cannot win the war on corruption because it has given its officials the authority to steal openly because no one is ready to punish them," he said.
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