See what MUTURI said about sh 5 billion ‘mafia house’ scandal - Kenyans are not fools!

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 - Speaker of the National Assembly, Justin Muturi has asked Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader, Raila Odinga, to stop politicising the Sh 5 billion scandal in the Ministry of Health.

Speaking at a fund raiser in Gitare Primary School on Saturday, Muturi accused Raila of having double standards, saying he dismissed an interim audit report when he was Prime Minister.


“Not too long ago in the Coalition Government, his Minister and close ally, Charity Ngilu, was involved in a similar ordeal that led to loss of funds meant for a dam in Machakos," said Muturi.

"She was Water Minister and his two companies were alleged to have been involved in business deals with the Water and Irrigation Development Ministry,” Muturi added.

Muturi noted that Raila dismissed the report at the time because it had not been proven by the Auditor General and said Ngilu could not step aside.

“What is good for the goose must also be good for the cuddle. If Raila believed then that it was just an interim report, that could not be used as the basis for the resignation of the then minister, how can you use a similar report to demand the resignation of the President?" Muturi said.

On Saturday, Raila asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to resign over ‘Mafia House scandal’

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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