This is how Kenya Kwanza government has been intimidating Uhuru Kenyatta’s office


This is how Kenya Kwanza government has been intimidating Uhuru Kenyatta’s office

In a heated press conference on Monday, June 10, former President Uhuru Kenyatta and his spokesperson, Kanze Dena, unleashed a series of accusations against President William Ruto’s Kenya Kwanza government, alleging midnight intimidation tactics and gross neglect of the former president’s office.

Kanze Dena, the former State House Spokesperson, revealed that staff members have faced intimidation through late-night phone calls.

“There is also unceremonious withdrawal and intimidation of staff via phone calls at midnight,” she stated, emphasizing the stressful and disruptive impact on the office’s operations.


The grievances did not stop there. Dena highlighted the government’s failure to maintain the office of the late former President Mwai Kibaki, pointing out that no renovations have been undertaken, and no vehicles have been serviced or fueled.

“The government of the day has not undertaken nor facilitated any maintenance, repair of any vehicles or fueled the cars under this office,” Dena added.

Additionally, Dena expressed frustration over the government’s refusal to renew her contract as Director of Communications, along with that of the administrator, George Kariuki.

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“We are awaiting confirmation and communication of why they initially refused to renew the contracts of two professional staff members: the administrator, Mr. George Kariuki, and Mrs. Kanze Dena Mararo, the communications director,” she said.

She further corrected the government’s spokesperson, Isaac Mwaura, who inaccurately reported the number of staff members.

“I would also like to clarify that the list provided by Mwaura had the wrong tally. Those staff members were 32 and not 33, when the Act provides for 34 members of staff,” she noted.

In a related issue, former President Kenyatta dismissed claims that the government had purchased new vehicles for him.

He contended that the State House officials have been actively frustrating his office by withholding allocated funds. Despite a KSh 503 million allocation for the 2022/2023 financial year, Kenyatta’s office has yet to receive any funds, hindering their operations significantly.

The allegations mark a significant escalation in tensions between the current administration and the former president, reflecting deeper political rifts and operational challenges.

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This is how Kenya Kwanza government has been intimidating Uhuru Kenyatta’s office



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