Health CS Mutahi Kagwe has on Sunday addressed corruption scandals in his ministry calling on those calling for resignation to continue dreaming.
He was speaking from Kisumu County where he broke his silence in regard to corruption scandal surrounding the amount of money spent by the government to purchase masks and PPE’s.
Billions of shillings are reported to have been used to purchase N95 masks at Ksh 1,300 above the market price of Ksh 700 per piece by Kemsa.
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At the same time, Personal protective Equipment (PPE’s) are also reported to have been purchased twice the market price of Ksh 4,500.
This week Kenyans took to social media to share a photo of his CS Mutahi Kagwe’s son Kahu$h who is reported to have attended a party in disregard of COVID-19 guideliness.
From the image shared, one could see him in a group of friends at a party even though it was not dated.
The CS called on Kenyans to approach the son for questioning as he was above the legal age of 18-years.
The allegations come at a time when leaders in the country have been questioned for flaunting the guidelines laid down and preaching otherwise.