If my brother is guilty let him be charged – Uhuru declares

Uhuru is not joking

Speaking during 2018 AMCHAM Economic Summit held in the United Nation offices at Gigiri, Mr Kenyatta stated that if his brother was guilty he should be charged.

The President's brother, Muhoho Kenyatta has been linked to the importation of toxic sugar.

“I have full confidence in the agencies…they were bundling my brother yesterday me I have said if he is guilty let him be dealt with, what is the problem,”  he said at the Summit.

This is the first time President Kenyatta has come out to speak against 'scandals' in which his family has been linked to.

The Head of State went on to warn against the politicization of corruption noting that his Government will not relent in the fight.

"It’s my hope that this animal called corruption will not affect or inflict the future generation of this country. We are fighting it to protect the future generation," he said. conomic ag

Kenyatta added: "There is no going back in war against corruption. This agenda should not be politicised. I have full trust in the investigating agencies. If there is evidence against anyone, including my brother, charge them."

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