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Dear Kenyans, Please do not be fooled by this. Was it not this same President who insisted some of his nominees did not need fresh vetting? Is it not his own party that turned Parliamentary vetting into a sham? His actions speak louder than his fake fury. mobile.nation.co.ke/…