Thursday April 11, 2019-Former Gatanga MP, David Murathe, has said he is still in constant communication with President Uhuru Kenyatta despite resigning as jubilee Party Vice Chairman in January.
Speaking on Wednesday night on an interview with KTN's Tony Gachoka, Murathe said last week he spoke with President Uhuru Kenyatta after State of Nation Address and he urged him he will jail senior leaders in his administration over corruption.
Murathe also stated that the President has given investigative agencies the go-ahead to probe and charge any State officers involved in graft “no matter how high their positions in the Jubilee administration."
Commenting on the Jubilee tanga tanga camp, Murathe said that they were busy fighting the renewed war on graft in clear defiance to the Head of State.
He also attacked tanga tanga group for protecting Deputy President William Ruto who was plotting to ditch Jubillee ahead of the 2022 elections.
“He is handling stolen property, but his troops are going around telling us that is nothing when he has defied Chapter Six of the Constitution that requires him to demonstrate the highest integrity,” Murathe said.
The Kenyan DAILY POST