ODM tells off Duale over corruption claims
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has dismissed claims by the National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale that allegations of corruption in the government are fabricated.
According to the party treasurer Timothy Bosire, cases of corruption are not a creation of the opposition to attract the attention of US President Barack Obama who will be visiting the country next month as claimed by Duale.
Bosire said corruption is alive in the Jubilee government adding that the President should take decisive action to fight graft.
The party called for the suspension of Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru over graft claims at the National Youth Service.
Addressing the media at Orange House, Bosire said ODM will only support the fight against corruption by the jubilee government, if the president supports their demands for the re-possession of Weston hotel which they allege was built on public land.
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