If you are corrupt we will fight you: Is Uhuru throwing hints at Finally Stopping Ruto’s corrupt ways?

 

Kenya is one of the most corrupt countries in the world and the recent dam scandal among other scandals will have us retain that top 5 title in the next most corrupt countries awards ceremony. The president must be having sleepless nights considering this regime has been the most corrupt since independence. One thing that bugs most Kenyans is that most of these culprits are known, you may have seen a particular name recurrent in most looting scandals, but what is being done about it? Are we finally closing in to catch the face of corruption or its all scare the enemy but no worthwhile solutions for this menace?

Well the president today morning as always, made his corruption-must-end speech while he was visiting in Namibia.

”If you are corrupt we will fight you. You can be my brother or my sister or my closest political ally but if you are corrupt we will fight you. I won’t be clouded by ethnicity or status in my quest to leave behind a united nation and I will continue championing for Kenya’s unity”. – Uhuru Kenyatta.

Kenyans are used to the song and some have been urging the president to arrest the common culprit in most looting scandals if indeed he is serious about curbing corruption.

You & your handshake partner are among but a few Politicians who were born in wealth so you have no reason to steal coz someone did it for you. The rest want to be as rich as you so they are stealing everywhere there are loopholes just seal the gaps&Corruption will be in the past- @wanjikumugane

If it wasn’t for corruption Kenyatta hospital wouldn’t be charging the exorbitant fees If it wasn’t for corruption the cabinet secretaries would be proficient on their tasks.. If it wasn’t for corruption my taxes would be working for turkana not insatiable greedy people.- @ian_mbogo

The chorus…waiting for the stanzas….- @KendiLilian

Good Morning Mr President, Historical data on wealth acquisition by THE SUPER RICH FAMILIES would be a good starting piny. Sincerely, Taxpayer- @BeingCharlie

Corruptions scandals have been rocking the country hard and the sad part is that thousands of turkana and Baringo county residents are dying of hunger which the deputy president has refuted as false allegations. The next general election may be 3 years away but trying to end corruption may be Uhuru’s biggest challenge even though this is what he hopes to create a legacy out of.

 

 

 

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