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Duale should practise what he preaches and step aside

By ANODE RUSSEL | February 24th 2016

Waiguru's affidavit vindicates the leader of majority of parliament Aden Duale and co in the National Youth Service loot scandal. Duale was quick to his own defense saying Waiguru should come up with tangible evidence.

He was the one who coined the phrase "pesa sio ya mama yako", we can only wait and see if the money belongs to us or he was right.

 Duale is always the first to urge others to step aside and clear their names when mentioned in any scandal, can he do us a favor and practise what he preaches?


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