The revelation that police are looking for an Amani National Congress (ANC) politician in connection with claims of obtaining money by false pretence appears to have opened a Pandora’s Box in Musalia Mudavadi’s party.
Our sources tell us that some officials want the probe expanded to net more people linked to fraud.
Insiders say the probe is zeroing on an MP and a member of party and that it is only a matter of time before the legislator is apprehended.
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Junior staff at the Lands ministry have complained about some of their colleagues, whom they have accused of always attending seminars.
The staff are said to always in the list of those picked for seminars locally and internationally at the expense of their colleagues.
"It seems some of us we do not have value in the ministry. Some of us after working for more than five years, have never attended any seminar outside Nairobi but, this people at times even go three times a month. The money involved is double their salaries,” said one of the workers.
The employees want CS Jacob Kaimenyi and his PS, Nicholas Muraguri to intervene and find out what's happening and who clear these workers for the seminars.
Will the CS address the concerns of some of his staff?