- Murkomen shared the documents on his Twitter on Sunday evening.
- He said has given copies to the majority leaders of both the Senate and the National Assembly.
Transport CS Kipchumba Murkomen has announced a breakthrough in the search for the 'sensitive' SGR contract.
Taking to his Twitter, Murkomen shared the documents disclosing he has given extra copies to the majority leaders of both the Senate and the National Assembly.
"As promised I have released the standard gauge railway agreements to the people of Kenya. I have given a copy to the majority leaders Kimani Ichungwa and Aaron Cheruiyot," he said.
The CS said the duo will table it in the respective Houses of Parliament.
He said he has also shared a copy with the media.
When he appeared for vetting, Murkomen vowed to make public details of the contract, which he said has remained opaque.
This is despite Kenyans pushing to know whether the Kenya Ports Authority was used to guarantee the loans from the Chinese government.
SGR cost is said to have hit Sh670 billion.
During a recent TV interview, the CS said he was inching closer to locating the contract.
"SGR is our biggest debt, we pay a lot of money every month to our friends in China.
"I am going to make the agreement public anytime soon, so that the people of Kenya can be able to read and understand the contents of that agreement," he said.