“This is Parliament, not Kajiado” Nkaissery’s wife lands in deep trouble

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Kajiado governor Joseph Ole Lenku has been met with fire and fury by the National Assembly Committee on Sports, Tourism and Culture after a project that was allocated Sh80 million by the State to strengthen businesses owned by women from pastoralist areas cannot see the light of day.

In the 2017/18 financial year, the project was allocated Sh80 million by the State. But according to the committee’s investigation, there is vagueness in financial statements showing how the money was spent.

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The project dubbed Ushanga Initiative Project involves 90 co-operative societies in seven counties.
The counties are Baringo, Marsabit, Narok, Kajiado, Samburu, Turkana and West Pokot.

Lenku defended Hellen Nkaissery, the national chairperson of the Ushanga Initiative and also the matron of the project, saying she was being harassed and blackmailed by State officials.

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The National Assembly Committee on Sports, Tourism and Culture told Lenku to stop making such utterances, as the probe was on.

Committee Chairman Victor Munyaka said at no point was Mrs Nkaissery’s name mentioned by the committee. “We shall not be intimidated by anyone, let alone Lenku, who must know this is Parliament, not Kajiado,” said Mr Munyaka.

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