President Uhuru Kenyatta today held a crucial meeting at statehouse Nairobi where the leaders tried the state of the nation a mid much sufferings of fuel shortages across the country for quit some times now.
The president during the meeting called for a concerted efforts to scale up the war against graft, saying the fight against the vice forms the soul of the nation.
While acknowledging that notable gains have been achieved in curbing corruption, president Uhuru Kenyatta said the country cannot afford to sleep on its laurels until the vice is completely eradicated.
"We must raise the bar even higher, if we are serious about the Sustainable Development Goals and our very own vision 2039," the head of state said.
The president was speaking on Monday at statehouse where he he witness the ceremonial handing over of 450 million shillings repatriated back to Kenya from Jersey.
However all governors allied to the second in command His Excellency William Ruto were all kissing from this key event hence thickening the differences between these two leaders a head if the august general election.
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