Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi revealed five people he strongly believed participated in the KEMSA scandal and further urged President Uhuru to conduct his private investigations.
Speaking during a press conference at his Kapseret home, Sudi claimed most of the suspects are Uhuru’s friends.
First on his list was Jubilee’s vice-chairman David Murathe who Sudi termed as “the chief procurement officer”. Others in his list were; Nzoka Waita, Chief of Staff at StateHouse, Njee Muturi, Kennedy Ogeto and George Kariuki.
Sudi claimed that he has a list of companies that have participated in graft, but he focused on six.
“I want to ask the president to conduct his own private investigation on these five individuals. We also have a list of so many companies that were involved in this scandal, but we have zeroed on just six.”
Sudi went on to urge Uhuru to prove his commitment to fighting corruption by taking action against his cousins.
“We want to tell President Uhuru Kenyatta who lectures us on corruption, that we want his cousins and his nephews to appear in court so that we can know that he is truly fighting corruption in the country.”
“The president may not know that some of his close friends were involved in embezzling of funds. I want to tell him to conduct private investigations on; Jubilee Party’s Vice Chairman David Murathe, State House Chief of staff Nzioka Waita, his counterpart Njee Muturi, Solicitor General Kennedy Ogeto and one Goerge Kariuki.”
Let’s arrest Murathe.
Didmus Barasa, Kimilili MP, who was with Sudi during the briefing, also called out to Kenyans to help arrest Murathe. He went on to reveal that he had already reported him to the Eldoret Police Station.
“I have reported him to Eldoret Police Station, and I have an OB. I want to ask Kenyans to arrest Murathe because I know police officers may not arrest him,” Barasa said.