Martha Karua breaks silence,Faults the Gov’t

Narc-Kenya leader Martha Karua has broken her long silence, and expressed concern over rising cases of insecurity, corruption and drought in the country.

Speaking to the press at the Great Rift-Valley Lodge in Naivasha, during Narc-Kenya Party’s two day retreat, the former presidential candidate said it was worrying that Kenyans were dying of hunger.
She accused the government of acting late, despite getting early warnings parts of the country would face famine.
On insecurity in the country, Karua told the government to take cue from Machakos county governor Alfred Mutua.
Karua added the standard gauge railway tender and the Tassia housing project, are some of the deals that were raising concern among Kenyans.


By Wangui Ngechu

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