– Vocal Kenyan politician Martha Karua has asked the government to take action against leaders spreading hateful message ahead of the General Election – Karua, specifically listed Raila Odinga as one of the leaders likely to spark violence in the country with their remarks – The NARC Kenya leader also accused Raila Odinga of meddling into the affairs of IEBC NARC Kenya party leader Martha Karua has taken issue with the National Super Alliance flagbearer Raila Odinga over his ‘interference’ with the Independent Boundaries and Electoral Commission(IEBC).
Karua, alias the Iron Lady accused the former Premier and other NASA heads of disturbing piece by meddling into the affairs of the electoral body ahead of the August 8 polls.
The secret donations were falsely listed in BAT accounts as payments for management fees or as expenses incurred in anti-smuggling operations.
The serious allegations are contained in a dossier of BAT bribery and corruption claims passed to Britain’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) by Paul Hopkins, a company whistleblower who worked in Africa for BAT for 13 years.
Martha Karua’s niece Marcia Wawira, also a student at Daystar University, passed away after she was involved in a grisly accident at Cabanas along Mombasa road.
Marcia accompanied by four of her friends had left the Star of Excellence Awards (SOEA) that took place at Two Rivers mall and were on their way to Daystar Athi River when the accident took place.
We all know her as one of the ‘toughest’ women in the country.
They then had the contract deliberately delayed while they secretly lobbied to get their own system chosen.Martha Karua( Martha Wangari Karua) was born on 22nd September 1957 in Kirinyaga county.She is a Kenyan politician who has served as the Member of Parliament for Gichugu constituency and an advocate for the High court of Kenya.Does Raila Odinga have a point in the IEBC ballot paper saga?Watch below: Have something to add to this article or suggestions?She has won various awards among them the 1999 Kenya Jurist of the Year and the Legal Practitioners Due Diligence Award in 1995.