The deputy President William Ruto was meeting leaders and members of UDA party from the Diaspora in his Karen residence today as they spoke about the different issues affecting them and their contribution towards building of the economy in diaspora. It is during this event that a lady from diaspora fearlessly lectured the deputy president telling him that he has not spoken anything about corruption.
The fearless leader told him that there have been a lot of claims that the second-in-command has been called a thief for very many times challenging him to prove that he is not as thief as a sign of fighting corruption. Also told him that he must come up with a strategy that will see corruption end in Kenya since it is the main problem affecting discharge of duties by citizen since the bribery rate has become so high.
He said this reminding the deputy president that in the diaspora they are living in, they don't have to bribe anybody for them to get any service but they get services freely.
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