Corruption is one of the challenges hindering economic growth and development in most developing countries around the globe. Kenyans government reports indicates that millions are lost each day across the counties to graft ways.
Today, President William Samoei Ruto reveled how his administration will curb corruption. The president attended an interdenominational church service in Ainamoi, Kericho county where he addressed the congregation about Kenya Kwanza Alliance plan to deal with corruption.
According to a post shared by Kenyans.co.ke on twitter, the President said promised to deal with graft. He said, " I shall deal with anyone who tries to steal government money. There is nothing for free in Kenya. We don't play games here".
The president had promised during inauguration ceremony to empower institutions scrutinizing public resources expenditure and Anti-corruption Commissions with enough funding to enable them handle graft cases. https://twitter.com/Kenyans/status/1581607928888324096?t=3hhPNRFgAyFaYi8Cn_KxYA&s=19
Many Netizens reacted to the post with mixed views. Here are some of their comments.
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