By Peter Atsiaya
Mr Shitanda has also challenged his Planning counterpart Wycliffe Oparanya, under whose the docket the matter falls, to release the report.
He said Oparanya should go ahead and name the MPs implicated in the misuse of CDF money and have them face the law.
“Oparanya should stop playing politics with CDF reports on how the funds have been spent,” said the Malava MP.
Oparanya has put MPs who misuse CDF funds on notice, saying the audit report presented to him exposed cases of corruption by the MPs in managing the funds.
The minister told his colleagues implicated in graft not to run for elective seats, saying they could not be trusted with public resources.
Surprisingly, a report by the National Taxpayers Association indicated that Oparanya could not account for more than Sh15.5 million CDF money.
The minister has dismissed the report as baseless.
“Oparanya is using his ministry to portray his perceived political rival as corrupt and unfit to run for any seat,” said Shitanda.
The two ministers will be battling for the position of Kakamega County Governor.