“Declare Your Interest In Me To Kenyans.” – Waiguru To Alfred Keter.

Following EACC declaration yesterday which frees ex Devolution CS of any corruption yesterday, Nandi Hills MP Alfred Keter attacked the commission saying, they are being influenced by the super powers of Kenya.

Well, Anne Waiguru has decided to slam back at her accuser. The politician said Alfred is always interfering in any affairs that concerns her.

Waiguru went to her Twitter timeline on Monday evening and railed at the accusing finger of Keter, tweeitng:

Alfred Keter should explain his unusual interest on matters relating to me. Is he on payroll of corruption networks that we crippled at NYS?

Why didn’t he complain when other CSs and others aligned to him were cleared by Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission?

Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) chief Halakhe Waqo penned Chief of Staff and Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua on February 4, informing that there was no proof whatsoever the Commission could pinpoint against Waiguru in the Sh791 million NYS scam.

He further noted that Waiguru therefore is cleared from crimes regarding the bribery case.

Nandi Hills, Member of Parliament Alfred Keter slammed the ruling coalition by claiming that the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission is at work for the State House.

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He said this while addressing a press conference at Parliament buildings on Monday, February 8. He also on that ground hung an allegation on the commission’s neck, criticizing Anne Waiguru corruption allegation as being influenced by State House.

The MP is known to often criticize Jubilee. The Alfred Keter led a spirited campaign to have Waiguru removed from office if she fail to resign on her own over graft at the NYS, last year.

But Speaker Justin Muturi on October 23, declined his plan to march Anne from office for failing to reach the required threshold. She later resigned voluntarily which in her words, was due to health reasons.