Ruto allies scuttling war on graft, opposition MPs say - 7 months ago, 20 July 00:02
Three Opposition MPs have railed against their colleagues allied to Deputy President William Ruto for allegedly scuttling the war against corruption spearheaded by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
The lawmakers said it was shocking for Energy Cabinet Secretary Charles Keter to defend top Kenya Power bosses charged with corruption against Uhuru’s resolve to slay the dragon.
MPs Samuel Atandi (Alego Usonga), Mark Nyamita (Uriri) and Godfrey Osotsi said Keter has no reason to continue serving in the Cabinet but to resign as he does not support anti-corruption move.
Addressing the press in Parliament Buildings yesterday, the trio further hit out at MPs Nelson Koech (Belgut), Kipsengeret Koros (Soin Sigowet) and David Ole Sankok (nominated) for also pushing to amend the Police Act to end weekend arrests.
The three Jubilee MPs had Wednesday slammed the police and other law enforcing agents and accused them of abusing their powers as they clamp down on high profile ...
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