Former Nominated Senator Millicent Omanga has come clean regarding claims of receiving Ksh700,000 at State House, Nairobi.
Omanga has debunked the reports insisting that they are misleading to the public.
This was after Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai indicated that Omanga received Ksh700,000 in cash at State House. Alai further claimed that the money was secretly handed over to Omanga.
Further Alai remarked that the money was payment for the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS) position which was declared unconstitutional.
However, Omanga dismissed the claims as false and misleading to the general public aimed at tarnishing the name of President William Ruto.
"Millicent Omanga went for Ksh 700,000 pay from State House on Friday. Hello President William Ruto , why are people employed as CAS and being paid illegally in cash from State House while the courts ruled that the position is unconstitutional? Alai wrote on his social media page.
"Can we please operate within the law? What’s so hard in just obeying the law? Why the lawlessness?" he added.
In a quick rebuttal, Omanga wrote, "Ndugu Robert Alai, this is untrue and a fatal misrepresentation of facts. Nonetheless, if you hear when and where this money is being collected, please alert me."
The High Court has dismissed the appointment of 50CASs by President William Ruto as unconstitutional.
This followed a petition by the Law Society of Kenya (LSK) and Katiba Institute challenging the appointment process.
Before their appointment was squashed, the 50 CASs had been sworn in at State House and were ready to assume their roles.