2022 general elections are coming with speed and tension is building across the country among Aspirants. Data are reducing and politics are taking the country into tension mode. Presidential Aspirants Hon Raila Odinga and DP William Ruto arr on top and are the people to watch as 2022 general elections near.
But as Kenyans rush on electing leaders one thing remains obvious, corruption. Corruption has killed the economy of these country and those suffering are the voters. It is very sad that when politicians are arrested for looting they are defended by those close to them with recent example ring seen with what happened with Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua.
DPP Nordin Haji has never prosecuted a single case especially for the corrupt leaders. The court continues frustrating DPP Nordin Haji in arresting criminals after giving out painful orders. According to courts DPP Nordin Haji has no powers of arresting anyone this comes after judges claimed he hires unskilled lawyers.
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