Jubilee Vice chair questioned over role in KEMSA tenders scam
Jubilee celebration vp David Murathe used to be in the end grilled over the 7.4 billion shilling Kemsa scandal. In a heated consultation punctuated by means of common interruptions, Murathe denied any involvement in the scandal, announcing he by no means provided any commodities to the establishment. Murathe, who used to be a guarantor for the embattled Kilig Company, as an alternative claimed that the culprits had been industry friends of Deputy President William Ruto. And as Chemutai Goin stories, the title of yet one more businessman tony gichuru used to be tabled prior to the committee in the increasingly more complicated Kilig restricted saga.