The media houses today has suffered a blow from covering the case of NYS corruption in which over ksh. 175 million was stolen by the unknown people in the offices. Today the governor of Kirinyaga Anne Waiguru is supposed be the witness in the court and unfortunately all media are barred from covering the case as the prosecution asked the court to do so.
The national youth service in 2019 had some difficulties which came from lack of finance to facilitate the services to the young youth who are jobless.
The case is supposed to be the start of knowing who walked away with the money which were meant for youth. In recent days, Anne Waiguru was even mentioned as one of the people who benefited from the money but later she was released after finding she had no crime in her office.
We the citizens of Kenya we must know how to help each other without involving corruption. Corruption is the main factor which affects the development of any country.
All citizens and even state officers must stop 0corruption for the better of the country. Nowdays people must know people so that they can get job. This is not allowed in the country we has democracy and to stop corruption, we must work as a team to help each other when he or she is in some difficulties.
Stay positive and stop corruption.
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