The ongoing political allingnments in the country are now ushering in the new era of the fifth president of Kenya William Samoei Arap Ruto. This took place a few days ago during the swearing in ceremony that took place after the verdict of the supreme court.
Linus Kaikai has given his thoughts over the recent attacks in the director of criminal investigation by the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua. Gachagua had earlier indicated that investigative officers should immediately leave public offices and go back to their headquarters in Kiambu road.
Kaikai has revealed that these recent remarks by the second in command are dangerous as as there is high corruption levels in the country. He was ken to note that corruption has dominated most of the public offices in the country where millions of money are siphoned by individuals serving in those offices.
He was keen to note that the government is supposed to increase the was against corruption inorder to hold those involved responsible for their actions. This is a move that is meant to prevent siphoning public funds that are meant for development projects. Please leave your thoughts in our comments section below.
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