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‘Two Years Without Pay,’ Kanze Dena Narrates Sad Situation, Shares Survival Tips

Kanze Dena reveals two years without pay, urges Kenyans to save amid claims of government intimidation towards former President Uhuru Kenyatta's office.

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Kanze Dena, the spokesperson for former President Uhuru Kenyatta, revealed that she has been working without pay for two years.

“For two years, I have not been remunerated. When I was asked to come and join the team, I joined the team. Somewhere along the way, things were not working out, so what is the best choice to do in terms of character? I chose to sail through the storms,” Dena shared.

Kanze Dena during a past media presser

Kanze Dena during a past media presser

While trying to explain how she has been able to navigate via the stormy seasons, Kanze Dena did emphasize on the importance of financial preparedness, urging Kenyans to save for difficult times.

“I would like to urge Kenyans to please save for a rainy day. That is when I understood the meaning of savings. I thank God for saccos and for all the opportunities to save. Please save, days like these do come,” she advised.

This development comes hours after Dena issued a stern statement accusing the current government, led by President William Ruto, of deliberately undermining the Office of former President Uhuru Kenyatta through inadequate funding.

Kanze Dena gestures during a past media presser

Kanze Dena gestures during a past media presser

Speaking during an exclusive interview with Citizen TV tonight, Dena commented the issue of transportation for the former president, stating, “The vehicles that His Excellency has currently were the ones that he drove off Kasarani after the inauguration.

“There was a conversation that began between the office of the 3rd retired President and State House, and there is evidence. When that conversation was happening, did they not remember that the cars were suitable? It really begs the question: when that conversation was happening, was it just for the sake of formality?”

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