Former President Mwai Kibaki has told the government to pay his water bills.
This emerged after Nyeri County Government questioned why Othaya Mukurewini water services had a debt of over sh 108 million shillings.
The ex-President owes the countyÂ Sh550,600 in unpaid debts.
Contacted, his aides reportedly directed the water firm to deal with the government of Kenya, which pays all bills of the retired President.
Government built Kibaki a palatial home in Mweiga which he has refused to move in to. He lives in Nairobi in a house which the government pays for, as well as the Nyeri house.
Before he left office, he signed into law the Presidential Retirement Act which gave him handsome benefits. However, he declined to sign another law which would have provided retirement packages for then Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka and Prime Minister Raila Odinga.
A version of the act was again recently declined by President Uhuru, demanding Odinga and Musyoka first quit politics.