Its time indeed that RAILA not only talked the talk but also WALKED the walk. Show the way, mr PM.
It will be good if Raila takes responsibility in this case, He should explain to Kenyans what is happening, We cant tolerate corruption in Kenya Never again..
THE WORLD BANK ISSUED A STATEMENT ON THIS MATTER VERY WELL BUT OTHERS WANT POLITICAL GAMES THE TRUTH WILL COME OUT VERY CLEAN PM HAS NEVER BEEN CORRUPT
We blind and stupid kenyans…just because we support our malicious leaders we pretend whatever they do is right. Shame on you mzalendo for supporting shameless Raila who steals money made for the young and poor.
ignorance has no defence, is there anything that has been audited in PM office relating to the said issue, we r only relying on hearsay i.e 4.6 billion, 900 million, 35million . Be enlightened my friend be4 u take a position. Don’t judge others b4 u get the right information.
Myco,karibu ulingo wa siasa.nona wewe kidumu ndio watokea.
In politics there are strategies and game plans.Slow down your anger and you will proof me guility.
I hope you don’t look stupid as you sound. Jinga kabisa.
Yes.he raila should take political responsibility only when we r certain he is guilty of the allegation
we mzaledo gani????!!!! wacha for how long have you been with him spare us your sweeping statement the policy is —-Trust but verify thats what we want!!!!!
There was a major scandal involving the NHIF and some private hospitals in the nineties. If it were not for the statute of limitations act, some guys would be behind bars! One AG was good at fishing out old files and incarcerating some miscreants.