MUTURI says that there is evidence that MPs were bribed by FATUMA GEDI to reject Sugar Report - Calls DCI and DPP to investigate claims


Wednesday November, 21, 2018 - Speaker of the National Assembly, Justin Muturi, has said some MPs could have been bribed to reject the report on the importation of illegal and contaminated sugar into the country.

In a report tabled at the House on Thursday, the National Assembly Powers and Privileges Committee under the chairmanship of Muturi called the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission (EACC) and Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) to investigate these claims and establish exactly who was the giver of the bribe and who was bribed.

“Based on the oral submissions by the witnesses, it is apparent that some members may have been involved in some form of impropriety,” reads the report that was signed by Muturi.

Some of the lawmakers who appeared before the committee are Didmas Barasa (Kimilili), James K’Oyoo (Muhoroni), Jane Kihara (Naivasha), Geoffrey Osotsi (nominated), Simba Arati (Dagoretti North), John Waluke (Sirisia) Wajir Woman Rep Fatuma Gedi, Geoffrey Odanga (Matayos) and Rehab Mukami (Nyeri).

Gedi is said to be the MP who was giving MPs bribes to reject the sugar report that had indicted Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich, former Industrialisation Cabinet Secretary, Aden Mohamed, and former Agriculture CS, Willy Bett.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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