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Uhuru on Muhoho: If my brother is guilty he should be charged

President Uhuru Kenyatta has stated that if his brother Muhoho Kenyatta is guilty of importing contraband sugar he should be charged as well.

The President made the statement on Thursday while delivering keynote speech at the American Chamber of Commerce-Kenya Summit held at the UN offices in Gigiri.

“I have full confidence in the agencies… they were bundling my brother yesterday me I have said if he is guilty let him be aendelee, what is the problem,” he said as the summit attendees clapped.

President Kenyatta condemned corruption in the country reiterating his administration’s commitment to fighting it.


“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.

The President’s brother has been mentioned in the importation of the contraband sugar with his firm, Protech Investment Ltd, having imported a significant amount of sugar.

Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri turned the heat on Aldai MP Cornelly Serem and a regulatory organisation under the Agriculture ministry vowing to file a protest with the Powers and Privileges Committee over the latter’s move to name Mr Muhoho