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Tuesday November 19, 2019 - Murang'a Women Representative, Sabina Chege, is among senior Government leaders who are celebrating Monday's ban of Busia Senator, Amos Wako, from travelling to the US.

The former Attorney General alongside his wife and son were banned from setting foot in the country over allegations of engaging in graft.

Chege, who was being hosted for an interview on Citizen TV on Tuesday, said that Kenya should learn something from this, saying that the move to ban the group is an indication that some countries are serious in the purge against graft.
“If other countries can ban the corrupt from accessing their country, then there’s something for us to learn," she said.

Sabina also pointed out that for Americans to include members of his family, it's possible that the renowned legal mind is suspected of engaging in mega graft dealings.

She said that this also lifts the lid on things that are less known to Kenyans locally, with regards to the war on graft, given that nothing has been said about Wako on matters graft locally.

"I don't think I've heard anything much being said about Wako locally."

"When it comes to the wife and the children, then it's bigger than maybe holding a public office," she added.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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