President William Ruto promised many things to Kenya during the time of campaigns but things are now very different and opposite to what he had promised. Herman Manyora political analyst has trolled the president for doing the opposite of what Kenyans expected. The president said that there will be no more borrowing after he takes power from his predecessor but in a span of about 100 days in office the president has borrowed more money from South Korea and IMF bank.
Instead of helping reduce the cost of living so that he can ease the hardships poor Kenyans are going through he has removed all subsidies and condemn Kenyans to more problems. Manyora has warned him that he is only looking to be popular even with Hustler Fund kitty and populist governments do not achieve much and that he may not be re-elected in his second term.
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The tycoon and Board Chairperson of the Communication Authority of Kenya earlier on today breathed a sigh of relief after the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji dropped the case against her.
Picture courtesy. Image of the Billionaire Mary Wambui at a past event in Nairobi.
The tycoon who is well known to millions of Kenyans given that she has been the center of controversy for the past few years was charged with tax evasion charges amounting to 2.5 billion shillings by the Kenya Revenue Authority.
Together with her daughter, Purity Wangui, the billionaire had been arraigned in court in the past to face the charges brought against her as per the reports that we have with us.
This afternoon, the Director of Public Prosecutions has revealed why he dropped Mary Wambui’s tax evasion case that was amounting to 2.5 billion Kenya shillings.
The Director of Public Prosecutions in the statement said that the fines that had been imposed on Mary Wambui have been paid and thus the subsequent dropping of the charges against her.
The reports from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions intimates that a settlement was reached on the 6th of December last year as per the reports that we have with us.
This means that the charges against billionaire Mary Wambui have been dropped and she is now free of the tax evasion charge.