DP William Ruto scoffs at Waiguru and tells her to carry her own cross

KDRTV- It’s a game of musical chairs as the DP president and team, throws back Jabs at Waiguru.

This was the ugliest and most unwanted weekend to the Jubilee Party, the week peeled and unmasked ghosts which have never been heard in the public limelight. Former Devolution CS Waiguru while answering questions from the Parliamentary Public Accounts committee, tore into the coalition wing of the Deputy President WSR, by accusing some powerful forces led by the Personal assistant to the Dp, Mr.Faruk Kibet, as the person behind her woes when she was the CS of the powerful Ministry.

She never minced her words and when pressed hard to mention the people behind a scheme and who financed her detractors to a tune of Kshs.200M.

Hon.Duale was the first one to fire a salvo to Waiguru, claiming that she squandered her chance of performing and curbing corruption at her former docket.

In her response, she wondered why the Deputy President and his point-men are accusing her and engaging on sideshows and accusing her as corrupt without providing any evidence.

She reminded them that if they have any evidence linking her to corruption should be forwarded to the investigating agencies.

Ms. Waiguru has categorically stated that she did not mention the DP, and she’s wondering why he is accusing her.

The Deputy President while attending a Church service accused Waiguru and reiterated that the Jubilee Government will stop at nothing to ensure that corruption is a thing of the past and any Government Official found abetting the vice will be arrested and charged in a court of law.

He is also wondering why Waiguru is mentioning and dragging other people’s name into the scandal which was squarely in her docket.

He advised the Former CS to carry her own cross and stop dragging and maligning innocent people.



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