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Thursday, April 16, 2015

Thousands Accompany Governor Kidero To EACC To Answer Accusations Of Corruption…(See Photos & Reactions From Kenyans)

The move by Dr. Evans Kidero to mobilize thousands of city residents to accompany him to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has received different reactions from Kenyans. The Nairobi Governor has been accused of fraudulently entering into a multi-billion mass transit transport project with Foton Vehicle Company without following due process.

Also Read: Government Embarks On The Construction Of The Security Wall On The Kenya Somali Boarder To Ward Of Al Shabaab…Somali Accuse Kenya Of Encroaching On Their Territory..





Dr. Kidero featured in President Uhuru list of shame that was presented to Parliament. The Governor has in the past been accused of bringing the once profitable Mumias Sugar Company to its knees.

In his defense, Kidero has stated that he has the authority to enter into financial agreements with donor or development partners.
Kenyan Reactions:

Sekky Mwaura Kenyans are the most stupid persons on earth..... ndo maana al-shabaab are having a field day slaughtering us.... ikifika ni corruption u stand with the accused ..ikifika ni insecurity serikali haifanyi A,B,C,D... instead of standing with the govt on security matters for a better security u stand with a corrupt individual for his own betterment

Addy Roberts supporters he stole from...then gives em 200 each to follow him.fascinating!!!


Humble Kinya Idlers.... Peleka hawa watu wakajenge ukuta huko Mandera.


Philemon Owiti Mumias must be revived, whether by hook or crook. Rudisha pesa zetu


Ann Asiko Anjichi ichieni!!!instead of looking for jobs u r supporting someone who gets his pay and blinds u!!!arudishe hizo pesa!!!

Washingtone Onyango These are passengers from the Syokimau train that stalled at Muthurwa, trekking to town

Nicholas Odipo Primitive energy...if these people would have done something,get 500 pay per day and pay tax,I think we would not borrow loans from china for development






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