Member of parliament Hon Jeremiah Kioni has hinted through his official facebook page the government to make sure that the chapter 6 of the constitution on leadership and integrity to be properly implemented so that leaders with track record of stealing our public coffers will not get the opportunity to be re-election come 2022.
"We are still apprehensive that IEBC will allow people with running court cases on corruption and abuse of public office, an opportunity to offer themselves for re-election. This will greatly dent the fight against corruption.Hon. Jeremiah Kioni wrote.
Here is what Hon Jeremiah Kioni shared on his official tweeter page;
Chapter 6 of the Constitution on Leadership and Integrity, if properly implemented will stop people with a track record of stealing our public coffers an opportunity for election/ re-election come 2022.
You are a legislator and you are suppose to come with this laws but since you mps always think that us voters are stupid you are transferring a blame to IEBC. You all African leaders are hypocrite and only place for you people are hell.
We have always politicised the fight against corruption. We always look for a reason to say we are being pursued for our political thinking and alignments.
This is one of the things that derails the fight against corruption including influencing the kind of laws that we pass on the floor.
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