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Martha Karua Vows To Probe Gachagua Over Corruption Allegations After August Win

Martha Karua threatens taking those with integrity issues to court if she wins in August

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Besides claiming that the Kenya Kwanza running mate, Hon. Rigathi Gachagua misappropriated public funds in 2021 and would have to make up for it after the elections, Narc Kenya party leader Hon. Martha Karua has now emerged with fresh threats on Rigathi Gachagua over what he did.

The prominent Azimio la Umoja running mate made it plain that the integrity issues would be reviewed after the election and that everyone will be brought before the courts for the same. The team representing the Azimio One Kenya Alliance made it clear that they would uphold honesty and would forbid any corruption during their time in office.

Karua hits at Rigathi Gachagua

In her speech, Martha Karua appears to have been basically targeting Rigathi Gachagua, DP Ruto and his squad over some of the scandals facing them. Martha Karua threatened that once they make it to State House, many people are definitely going to be exposed without any fear and appropriate judgement will be taken against them.

This is something that has really endangered the political future of several politicians who actually risk being brought to the limelight over integrity issues. However, the question remains to be whether Martha Karua will really manage to expose DP Ruto’s men who have any form of corruption cases.

This is because of how many of them have been in court but still came out the easy way. As this happens, DP Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza coalition squad was today touring Moyale to drum support for their Presidential Campaigns ahead of the August general polls. William Samoei Ruto who led the Campaign sessions in the region talked about Electoral body transparency and forcing them to perform their duty to consider one demand must be termed illegal. It is the hope of every Kenyan that the coming elections ends peacefully in August.

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