Despite the fact that majority of Kenyans were eagerly waiting to see how the newly elected president honourable William Ruto will fight corruption in the country and develop policies that will safeguard public resources from being embezzled or misappropriated by government officials, Nandi county senator honourable Samson Cherargei through TUKO news verified facebook page has maintained that it is not the responsibility of the president to fight corruption.
He added that according to the newly promulgated 2010 constitution, there are many independent commissions that are in charge of investigating graft suspects and convicting them in the court of law in the event that they are found guilty. He quoted ethics and Anti-Corruption commission (EACC), director of criminal investigations (DCI), Director of public prosecution (DPP) among others.
Lastly he said that the only role that William Ruto is expected to perform during the war against corruption is to provide political good will in supporting all the institutions who are mandated to fight graft.
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