UHURU told to form a Commission of Inquiry to investigate the contraband sugar – MPs are hyenas who were bribed sh 10,000

Thursday August 16, 2018 - Amani National Congress (ANC) party leader, Musalia Mudavadi, and his Ford Kenya counterpart, Moses Wetangula, have asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to form a Commission of Inquiry to investigate the contraband sugar.
The two opposition leaders held a breakfast meeting yesterday with Devolution Cabinet Secretary, Eugene Wamalwa, where they said Parliament could not be trusted following bribery claims to reject the joint committee report.

“The solution for this big problem now lies outside Parliament.”

“We have today recorded our disgust and disapproval of how Parliament acted and we want an independent commission of inquiry to look into the matter,” Mudavadi said.

“The solution to this now lies outside the House and is squarely in the hands of the President,” Musalia added.

Wetangula on his part said it is only the Commission of Inquiry that will establish the effects of the contraband sugar to Kenyans and the sugar industry at large.

“We have to sort out issues affecting the sugar sector by putting in place long-term solutions.”

“We also have to sort out issues affecting tea, maize and coffee sector since Agriculture is the backbone of our economy,” Wetangula said.

He said the rejection of the sugar report in Parliament last Thursday indicates that MPs are only interested in filling their big bellies and not ready to serve their constituents.


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