A Jubilee Governor has come out of silence to express his dissatisfaction with the rampant run-away corruption orchestrated by senior government officials.
In a veiled attack, Machakos governor Alfred Mutua, who supported President Kenyatta’s reelection campaign in 2017, has come out saying the President should name his close political ally whose name has appeared in major corruption scandals for Kenyans to know.
The former State House Spokesperson belaboured that there were no jobs, Kenyans were suffering, and that only the looters are having a field day.
He challenged President Kenyatta to stop the drama and sideshow and let Kenyans know who is actually fleecing public coffers.
Social Media handles down
This comes only days after President Uhuru Kenyatta’s social media handles were flagged down and disabled after posting a scathing attack on corrupt individuals.
In the early morning tweet, Kenyatta vowed to fight to the bitter end family members, friends, and even his closest political ally.
Here is what he had to say: