Narc-Kenya leader who is also Kirinyaga County governor aspirant Martha Karua has blasted former Devolution Cabinet Secretary Ann Waiguru and told her to carry her own cross and stop dragging other people into her misfortunes.
In a no gloves attack on the former powerful Devolution CS, Karua told Waigiru to stop giving scapegoats but to explain to Kenyans where over Sh 6 billion National Youth Service money went.In one of the stinging attacks since the two were availed by their respective parties to contest for Kirinyaga County gubernatorial seat, Karua told the former CS to come clean where the money went pointing that she should face her accusers instead of finding scape goats.
Accompanied by her running mate who is alo a Kirinyaga central MP Joseph Gachoki, Karua termed Waiguru as an architect of NYS scandal pointing that all e4vidence point to her directions.‘’If you are given 100 goats to go and take care at the field and when you are back ten goats are missing who do you expect us to ask what happened to the one missing’’.
She asked.She added : “Let her give us conclusive information of what happened to our money, she has blood on her mouth, let her explain.The nonsense former minister for justice and constitutional affair accused Waiguru of running down the noble government project aimed at empowering the youth countrywide.
‘’I heard she’s accusing me of engineering the tabling of the report in parliament, I want to ask im I a member of parliament, secondly the report was tabled long before even she was nominated by jubilee party’’.
She affirmed.On his part Gitari termed the PAC report tabled in parliament by committee chairman Eng Gumbo as well investigated and warned Jubilee Party gubernatorial aspirant to be worried as report will be her political water loo.
He said that it was naïve and contemptuous for her to term the committee report as nonsensical warning that she will face the full force of the law.Karua availed her running mate Joseph Gitari who she described as the best running mate with wide political experience.
MPs on Wednesday evening blamed former Devolution Cabinet secretary for the scandal at the National Youth Service as debate began on the report of the scandal by the Public Accounts Committee.
But it was Cherangany MP Wesley Korir’s impassioned submissions caused a stir said the report “should be put in libraries in Kirinyaga and read out on Kikuyu radio stations”.