David Murathe temporary blocked from accessing statehouse due to ongoing KEMSA investigation

Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe
Jubilee Vice Chairman David Murathe. FILE

 

 

Statehouse blocks Jubilee Vice-chairman David Murathe from visiting and accessing the Presidential premises.


After claims at the ongoing KEMSA investigation linked David Murathe and Peter Kenneth, statehouse has taken its stand, blocking the duo from accessing the premises.


Others linked to being among the COVID-19 Millionaires top officials includes Health PS Susan Mochache and former KEMSA CEO Jonah Manjari. 



Chief of staff and the head Delivery Unit Nzioka Waita states that it is a temporary move until both are cleared by the security agencies.


The move will help security agencies proceed with their investigations without interference.


Deputy President William Ruto called the duo at the Jubilee party as a conman and busybodies who have destroyed the national party.


He continued that the Jubilee party was hijacked by people who were not elected while others were political rejects.


" These people who have hijacked the party were not elected by no one. They do not represent anybody at the party. But now their thoughts are perceived to be the Jubilee Party stand, " the deputy president said in a television interview with Citizen Tv journalist Joe Ageyo.

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