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A Cabinet minister could be forced to resign following the adoption of a report on the criminal activities of the Artur brothers by Parliament. Others targeted for censure by the parliamentary inquest include Public Service head Francis Muthaura, Mr Stanley Murage, a former presidential adviser, former CID director Joseph Kamau, businesswoman Mary Wambui, her daughter Winnie Wangui and businessman Raju Sanghani. The Armenians — Artur Margaryan and Artur Sargsyan — were accused of a catalogue of crimes during their brief stay in Kenya in 2006, including assaulting a Customs official at the Jomo Kenyatta airport and leading a raid on the offices of the Standard Group. The report is explicit that Mr John Michuki, who was the Internal Security minister at the time, and Mr Murage “should not hold public office” and that they should be prosecuted for their role in the Standard Group raid and for condoning illegal activities of the Armenians. And MPs piled on the pressure during debate on Wednesday. “The minister (Mr Michuki) must resign immediately when we pass this report today,” said Ainamoi MP Benjamin Langat.