Narok Senator Ledama Olekina has agreed with National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah on getting former President Uhuru Kenyatta on active politics in order to discuss the effects of state capture in the economy.
In a statement via X on Monday, November 20, Ledama said the country should have a candid discussion with current and former leaders on what is affecting the Kenyan economy.
“I agree with Kimani Ichung’wah let us get everyone on stage and we have a candid discussion on who has (past) and who is (present) affecting the economy,” said Ledama.
The ODM Senator went on to say income statements from the office of the President, state department of trade and Industrialization and department of Energy and transport.
“While at it let us bring out our income statement! Of interest will be the income statement of the following departments - office of the president, state department of trade and industrialization, state department of energy and transport,” he added.
Ichung’wah in a statement on Sunday while reacting to to Kalonzo's move to invite Uhuru to actively engage in active politics mentioned that the former head of state should ready himself to discuss myriad issues including how the country found itself in its current economic condition.
"It is time we had a candid discussion (in public) with Uhuru Kenyatta on the economy, the effects of state capture on the economy, and the mess we are sorting in this Country’s economy. Then we shall know the truth. Please get him on stage," Ichung'wah stated.