Photo Courtesy; Ahmednasir Abdulahi.
Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdulahi has alleged that Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission is now waiting for instructions from President William Ruto to prosecute cases of corruption as he calls for Kenya to think on its corruption strategy.
The senior Counsel who is also a strong supporter of the current administration led by President William Ruto has casted doubts on the working of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, EACC led by Archbishop (Rtd) Eliud Wabukala.
He alleged that the commission has failed on its mandate while saying that during the time of former president Uhuru Kenyatta, it was used to hunt down his opponents and turn a blind eye to his allies.
"Kenya must rethink its anti corruption strategy. Look at the dismal/disgraceful failure of the Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission. During the Kenyatta regime it used to hunt down his opponents & turn a blind eye to his allies. Now it's waiting for instructions from H.E Ruto!" Ahmednasir Abdulahi said.
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