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You did not share the loot with us, Kenyans remind Waluke’s wife.

This is after the family surfaced with a plea for support.

Sirisia MP John Waluke’s family is facing a turmoil after Kenyans rejected to support bail out their kin who was heavily fined for corrupt dealings.

This is after the family surfaced with a plea to wellwishers to offer them a financial assistance that would see them raise the huge fine recently slammed on the MP following a historic court judgment that found him alongside Grace Wakhungu culpable of corruption.

Waluke’s wife, Roselyn Waluke, on Sunday June 28th urged well-wishers to kindly channel their donations on phone even as the family races to get an M-Pesa Paybill number.

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“You are aware of our problem and I thank those who have stood with us during this challenging time and kindly continue praying for us. We are requesting for your financial assistance. Kindly channel your financial support to my number 0728732542 as we wait for an M-Pesa Paybill number,” said the MP’s wife.

But Kenyans responded to her plea in style reminding her that when they (the family) was enjoying the loot, no wellwisher was allowed to join.

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“I urge Kenyans to never raise money for a corrupt leader let him dance his own tune and serve as an example,” Patrick Wanders said.

Another heartless Kenyan Erick Lang’at said such criminals should face both jail term and fines not one over another as it is the case with Waluke

These thieves should have been fined and be required to serve jail term concurrently and if they can’t raise the funds, they should have their properties and assets taken away from them,”

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The MP is in prison following his sentencing on Thursday, June 25, when the Anti-Corruption Court in Nairobi fined him Sh727 million for the five counts he was convicted of in the Sh297 million National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB) maize tender scandal.

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