KIMANI ICHUNG’WAH reveals how RUTO is planning to investigate UHURU over state capture

Sunday, January 7, 2024
- Kikuyu Member of Parliament, Kimani Ichung’wah, has revealed plans to investigate retired President Uhuru Kenyatta and dealings in his administration.

In an interview with NTV on Friday evening, Ichung’wah who is also the National Assembly Majority Leader said the State Capture Commission will be established from a parliamentary bill.

Ichung’wah said he will table a bill to establish the commission as a private lawmaker representing the Kikuyu constituency.

Ichung'wah said the commission will help deter preceding regimes from leaving the country in trouble after the end of their tenure.

 "I am doing a state capture commission bill as a private member; as a member of Kikuyu constituency.”

“I firmly believe that our past should inform our future.”

“That we must never as a country get back to the pitfalls that we fell into as a country; where state capture determined what contracts would go to whom, what government policies would be advanced.”

“Not in the interest of the public good but in the interest of private business interest," Ichungwah stated.

The outspoken MP said the move will keep Heads of State and those under them in check to prevent the looting of public resources.

 "I believe that it is something we should do as a country so that we confront the question of state capture and corruption in this country head-on to inform our future as I said.”

“So that today President William Ruto or those working with him don't take advantage of their position in government to advance private business interests at the expense of public good," he stated.


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