We were bribed in the toilet to drop the sugar report – Two Jubilee MPs confess! FATUMA GEDI was the one distributing it

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Wednesday August 15, 2018 - Two Jubilee Party lawmakers have admitted that MPs were bribed last week to drop the controversial sugar report that had recommended the prosecution of Treasury CS, Henry Rotich, his former Industrialisation counterpart, Aden Mohamed and former Agriculture CS, Willy Bett.
The report that was tabled by National Assembly’s Trade Committee and had accused the Cabinet Secretaries of allowing massive importation of sugar without following the laid down procedure.

However, the report was shot down by MPs who ganged together and said it did not meet the required threshold.

But speaking on Wednesday, Kiambu Woman Representative, Gathoni wa Muchomba, and Naivasha MP, Jane Kihara, recounted how MPs were approached to reject the sugar report.
Wamuchomba claimed that some MPs were bribed in Parliament’s toilets while Kihara said some of her colleagues indeed received the cash before the report was tabled.

“They were telling us that money is not our mother’s [sic] and that we were being too arrogant.”

“They went to the toilets and corridors to dish out money,” Wamuchomba said

Wamuchomba’s sentiments were echoed by Naivasha MP, Jane Kihara, who said an MP from Nakuru approached her and informed her that the Jubilee Party had decided to 'kill' the report.

"The MP told me that he had been sent by Majority Leader, Aden Duale, to make sure that MPs from Nakuru County did not pass the motion and again said even Minority Leader, John Mbadi, had instructed his colleagues to do the same," she said.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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