The Ethics And Anti Corruption Commission is an institution in the Republic of Kenya to fight against corruption in the country. But it seems as if the EACC has failed to deliver as it goes after only those people who have been singled out by the ruling regime.
According to Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi, he termed the commission as a lame duck that just waits for instructions from the president for it to act. He argued that the country must rethink about the EACC. He added that during the retired incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta's regime it used to hunt down his opponents and turn a blind eye to his allies. Now it's waiting for instructions from H.E Ruto!
"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!" Tweeted by Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi
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