Did CSs ROTICH and ADAN bribe their way off the hook? They are now free men despite allowing poisonous sugar

Friday August 10, 2018 - Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and his East African counterpart, Adan Mohammed, are now free men despite opening the gates for unscrupulous sugar barons to import poisonous sugar into the country. 

This is after MPs shot down the report on contaminated sugar in an acrimonious sitting that was characterised by shouting. 

The report had indicted Rotich, Mohammed and former Agriculture CS, Willy Bett.

This comes even as allegations of bribery swirled in Parliament yesterday with some MPs claiming that Rotich and his fellow CSs bribed the legislators to shoot down the sugar report.

Initial attempts to strengthen the report through amendments that would have seen Cabinet Secretaries Henry Rotich (Treasury) and Adan Mohammed (East African Community) hounded out of office were roundly defeated in a record time.

MPs launched a spirited onslaught against the entire document while accusing the joint committee of curiously omitting the names of sugar barons.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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