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Monday, 27 Mar 2017 09:13 EAT
Kangundo parliamentary aspirant Fabian Muli has challenged incumbent MP Katatha Maweu to come clean over allegations that his administration was embezzling money meant for development projects. The aspirant expressed concern over the MP's silence on a letter by some constituents to the Ethics and Anti-Corrupption Commission alleging rampant corruption in the local CDF and constituency offices.
Mr Muli spoke over the weekend at Tala Township Primary School at KNUT elections where teachers were electing treasurer of the Branch Executive Council which fell vacant. Hei called on the Anti-Corruption body to move with speed and act because it is their duty and the case is no longer a public domain.
"It is a painful thing to see money meant for development being misused and getting lost while there are students who learn under trees. I think it is time for the EACC to step and act because it is their duty," said Mr Muli.
He said that teachers employer the TSC should not force teachers to work during weekends because teachers deserved the days to rest. He called upon TSC and teachers' unions to revisit the law instructing teachers to work on weekends.
The writer is the news editor of the Kenya Free Press