Nandi Hills member of Parliament Alfred Keter has rubbished late assertions by Deputy President William Ruto that he is ready for the lifestyle audit.
He said that that if he was ready he would have declared it immediately.
“He was there with the President he should have said immediately,” Keter said.
Keter argued that the narrative that was being pushed that some leaders are being targeted was to divert attention from fighting corruption.
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“Nobody is targeted, what we are talking about is a serious issue on corruption. If you have not looted anything just relax. If you are worried we are coming for you as a country,” Keter said during an interview at NTV.
Speaking at the 43rd Kenya Secondary School Heads Association conference in Mombasa yesterday, Ruto said the audit should not be selective.
He said all public servants must submit themselves for the audit when “the time comes.”
“William Ruto will be among the first to submit himself for that exercise,” Ruto said.
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