May 18, 2022

Ruto allies demand Matiangi, Uhuru and top government officials lifestyle audit

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Deputy President William Ruto allies want a lifestyle audit of his boss Uhuru Kenyatta, Interior CS Fred Matiangi and other top government officials.
They said it was good for Matiangi to tell Kenyans what Uhuru and other top government officials own.
Mathira member of Parliament Rigathi Gachagua said that it is good that historical injustices are coming up,  and Kenyans should demand lasting solutions.
“Matiang’i has done the right thing by introducing the topic of land ownership…And we will now start addressing land issues now that they have brought up the topic,” Rigathi said.
Tanga Tanga MPs were speaking at the deputy president residency in Karen Nairobi.
They were responding to a report Matiangi tabled in parliament claiming that Ruto owned properties including 18,500 acres of real estate properties, two high-end hotels, five helicopters in two hangars at Nairobi’s Wilson Airport and a chicken farm.
“They have illegally done my lifestyle audit, which is wrong. I give them 70 per cent since they gave me things I don’t own,” Ruto who was present said.
Former Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar thanked Matiang’i for bringing up the issue of illegal land ownership in the country.
He threatened to expose the different parcels of land allegedly owned by those in power and their families.
“If any probing is done, we will find out that the founding fathers of this country were the founding thieves of this country,” Omar said.
Kiambu Women Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba said that they are happy with the audit and that hard questions on land ownership should be addressed.
“There are so many people from my County whose sons and daughters of Mau Mau fighters have no land and they don’t even have a place to bury their family.,” Kiambu County Women Representative Gathoni Wamuchomba.

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