MP Kamanda calls for stringent measures on money laundering



Nominated MP Maina Kamanda now wants the Central Bank to come up with more stringent measures to decisively deal with money laundering.

Kamanda who also chairs the National Assembly’s Committee on National Cohesion & Equal Opportunity says most of the monies being splashed out by politicians could be part of large sums of money stolen from public coffers.

Nominated MP Maina Kamanda has taken a swipe at politicians giving huge donations in cash.

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The legislator alleging that the money may have been stolen from the taxpayers.

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Kamanda also accused the church of being gullible in accepting questionable donations from politicians

Meanwhile, a section of political leaders drawn from Kilifi County have supported the ongoing push for a referendum saying it is unstoppable.

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Led by Senator Stewart Madzayo, Kilifi Women Rep Gertrude Mbeyu and Kilifi South MP Ken Chonga, the leaders said the constitutional review will address many challenges facing the country.

They promised to use their time and energy to galvanize people in the county to vote for the change of the constitution.

With the change of the constitution being imminent, Kilifi Women representative Gertrude Mbeyu emphasized the need for civic education on the same to help Kenyans make wise decisions when the day finaly comes.

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Kilifi South MP Ken Chonga was specific on his demands, saying the changes should address the high cost of living which he said was pushing many Kenyans into a life of destitution.

The leaders spoke even as a section of Kikuyu elders threw their weight behind the push for a constitutional review


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