Over the years, corruption in Kenya has become a hard task to end. Those who are responsible for ending it are the one involved in corruption, these includes political and even cultural leaders.
After the handshake, president Uhuru Kenyatta and former prime minister Raila Odinga promised to end the corruption in the country but upto now this gas not been achieved, in fact some of the supporters of handshake have been suspected for involvement in stealing of public resources.
One of the Politicians who have shown interest in presidential seat comes 2022, Dr Mukhisa Kituyi, has revealed the best strategy of ending this corruption. According to him, Top-bottom is the best strategy where the monsters of this theft are dealt first before going to their allies."Make corruption too costly for those found guilty. The fight against corruption is a top-bottom economy," said Dr Mukhisa Kituyi. "The culture of corruption cannot be killed without slaughtering the monster at the top," he added.
Among the top leaders who have been suspected in taking part in corruption includes deputy president William Ruto, Ann Waiguru and David Murathe. These leaders might suffer in case Mukhisa's strategy is applied in case they will truly be found to have participated in any scandal.
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