Fresh details have emerged that government has arrested a businessman in Eastleigh over the poisonous sugar that leaked from Mombasa warehouse. Government is trying to ensure that the sugar is not sold to Kenyans because it's harmful.
Here is a link: https://twitter.com/Kenyans/status/1659910849916551170?s=19
President Ruto has already fired 27 KEBS officials over the poisonous sugar and threatened to fire other government officers who were involved in the entire matter. President Ruto has maintained that his government will focus on issues corruption and ruthlessly deal with impunity.
President Ruto has maintained that his government will not tolerate criminals in government. It's clear that anybody who has been linked in corrupt deals have found themselves fired.
The government of Kenya has been ordered to follow the trail of the poisonous sugar so that everything can be put under control. Whether this efforts by government will bear fruits, only time will tell for it's obvious corruption is one of the biggest challenges when it comes to matters development.
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