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Duale cautions donors against loaning Uhuru’s administration during electioneering period

Saturday, June 4th, 2022 18:13 | By
Garissa Township MP Aden Duale.
Garissa Township MP Aden Duale. PHOTO/Courtesy

Garissa Township MP Aden Duale has cautioned foreign nations against lending money to Kenya during the homestretch of President Uhuru Kenyatta's regime since it is unconstitutional.

The former National Assembly Majority Leader further stated that upon Ruto's ascendancy to power the Kenya Kwanza administration will hold to account, the Chinese government and Chinese companies that have been contracted by the current regime to undertake several projects, which he claims are shrouded with graft.

"We know the owners of the newly constructed Nairobi Expressway. We are telling the Chinese government..we will hold you and your companies to account. Any government that gives loans and debts in the next two are violating the constitution," the lawmaker stated.

Aden Duale
National Assembly Leader of Majority Aden Duale at a past event. Photo/PD/FILE

Duale throws jibes at Azimio leaders

Duale, who was speaking at a Kenya Kwanza mega rally held at the historic Kamukunji grounds, took a swipe at their competitors who he claims alleged that DP Ruto will not be on the presidential ballot. The vocal legislator claimed that Ruto has gone against all odds to marshall a team with a national appeal despite frustrations from the government.

"To our friends and to our detractors. You wanted to isolate DP Ruto. William Ruto today has assembled the largest group of leaders from across the country that will take Kenya to the next level," he added.

The Kenya Kwanza brigade staged a political lap in Nairobi county after Deputy President William Ruto was cleared to run for the presidency by IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati.

The campaign trail culminated in the historic Kamukunji grounds where the DP and his lieutenants drummed up support for their presidential ticket. The team also rallied their support behind their candidates for several elective positions in the capital.

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