CS Waiguru referred to as President Uhuru's 'clandestine' Lover

22:04 Sep 24 2015 Nairobi, Kenya

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“(Muthama) referred to Waiguru as Uhuru’s lover despite knowing very well that the President is happily married and a committed family man,” the MPs told journalists in Parliament on Thursday September 24.

A section of Jubilee MPs have threatened to sue Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama for utterances he made during a rally to protest government’s failure to resolve on-going teachers strike.

The MPs led by Dagoretti South legislator Dennis Waweru asked the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet to arrest Muthama for saying that President Uhuru Kenyatta favoured Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru because she is his clandestine lover.

On Wednesday September 23, members of the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (Cord) led by Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka held a protest rally against the government in Nairobi’s Uhuru Park.

Waweru said that they had also petitioned the National Cohesion and Integration Commission to summon Muthama for imputing improper motive on the part of Kenya’s highest office.

“(Muthama) implied that Uhuru favours Waiguru more than other cabinet secretaries and for reasons other than her professionalism and diligence,” he said.
The MPs further said Muthama had threatened teachers who agreed to Uhuru’s call to resume teaching saying that they will be stoned.

“He made a complete mockery of moral and ethical requirement of leaders enshrined in Leadership and Integrity Act… which requires a public officer to accurately and honestly represent information to the public.”

The leaders addressed the teachers strike that is nearly clocking a month now where they created a pay bill number seeking to raise money that will go towards paying teachers salaries.
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