ODM accuses Ruto allies of attempts to derail graft purge - 7 months ago, 20 July 18:20

By: Barack Oduor

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has accused MPs allied to Deputy President William Ruto of diverting Kenyans’ attention from current purge against corruption with their latest claim that opposition leader Raila Odinga is behind the Mau Forest evictions.

National Assembly Minority Leader John Mbadi said the Jubilee MPs are feeling the heat of corruption investigations and have resorted to diverting the attention of Kenyans with their latest claims against Mr Odinga.

"It is clear that Mr Murkomen and other MPs allied to DP Ruto are feeling the heat of various investigations on corruption instituted by the President," said Mr Mbadi.


On Thursday while addressing hundreds of settlers evicted from the Maasai Mau section of the forest, Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen said the President and his deputy were not aware of the evictions and claimed the opposition leader had a hand in it.

Mr Murkomen was accompanied by Bomet Senator Christopher Lang'at, MPs Johana ...
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