Wetangula admits ex-law firm in KES 800m oil deal
29 March 2012, 07:50
Nairobi - Cabinet Minister Moses Wetangula has now admitted that his former law firm was involved in the KES800 million transaction for an oil block in Turkana, Capital News.
The newly appointed Trade Minister however said that he retired from the firm – that he established in 1983 – nine years ago, when he was first appointed to the Cabinet.
In a statement to the media, Wetangula said that he does not enjoy any financial benefits from the firm, which however continues to bear his name, as he is no longer a partner.
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