Deputy President William Samoei Ruto has hit out at ODM’s Secretary General Edwin Sifuna’s ODM’S Defense on 43 Billion Covid-19 Theft of funds now threatening to bring down the ministry of Health with the one time most hardworking and promising CS Mutahi Kagwe on the docket over the KEMSA Procurement tenders that were floated to suits famous individuals in both opposition and in Government
Interestingly the Opposition mainly ODM came into defense for the first time when yesterday Edwin Sifuna ODMs Secretary-General tried to cover the procurements
” We wonder how this can be so before a credible audit by Auditor General is carried out to ascertain the veracity of these claims. The precedent has been set before, where the media goes on a sensational extravaganza, with half-baked information obtained from shadowy sources, ending up creating more problems than the solution” Said the Lawyer MP & ODMs Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna
He also hit out at Deputy President saying ” It’s disheartening to hear no less senior Government official than the Deputy President go public with a juvenile and improper statement that “at least now nobody will blame me for stealing COVID 19 Funds ” ” he added
This didn’t augur well with the second in command and he came full blast hitting both handshake and the opposition on his Verified Twitter Account.
He said ” The pretentious (former) Opposition, now turned Lord’s of corruption, attempted defense of the COVID 19 Grand larceny is NOT shocking. It confirms the worst of Kenyans fears that their side of the handshake was never interested in the people’s good but opportunity to loot. What a Shame.” ended Ruto
Below is the Tweet
DP Ruto’s right-hand Man Caleb Kositany Jubilee Deputy Secretary-General today addressed the press claiming that Jack Ma’s donation was ferried to Tanzania and wanted answers on who’s trucks ferried them.
He also revealed that masks were bought at Ksh950 yet it’s KSh 450 on most online shops quoting Julia as an example floated by double it’s the price in the market.
We will update you on how this escalates as the war on graft gets bigger each day with Kenyans yet to see the value of their money whether donations on taxpayers.