MUTUA becomes first Governor to applaud CBK’s move to make 1,000 old note obsolete - The rest like WAITITU and WAIGURU are wetting their pants

Monday June 3, 2019 - Machakos Governor, Dr Alfred Mutua, has become the first Governor to applaud the Government’s decision to roll out new currency and phasing out Sh 1,000 old note from October 1st, 2019.

Speaking in Machakos on Sunday, Mutua said the new currency was introduced because of the belief that there is a lot of stolen money hidden by individuals in their houses and other places.

“I thank President Uhuru Kenyatta for the great move of introducing new notes, especially the thousand shilling note.”

“It was introduced because we have a belief as Kenyans that there is a lot of stolen money, big cash that is being hidden in basements and other places,” Mutua said. 

Mutua said there is hope that with the new presidential order, the stolen money will "now come out".

“The thieves will be seen because they now have to bank the money or clean it and we will have to track them.”

“But more so, it allows for the money to be poured into the market."

The County chief said Kenyans will see a lot of expenses, people buying vehicles, among other things hence lots of money will be in circulation unlike the time before the President announced new currency.

“I am urging Uhuru to track the money given as donations.”

“Money being given to different places, being banked so that we know where the money is coming from,” he said. 


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