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Kenyan Journalist Linus Kaikai has expressed dissatisfaction with Deputy President Gachagua's latest remarks concerning DCI and other graft detectives. He did this on News Gang program on Citizen tv on Thursday evening.
This comes after Gachagua reiterated his attacks on state agencies with this time aiming accusations at Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) for creating a toxic environment for service delivery in government offices. Kaikai stated that the deputy president sustained a narrative of being a victim of persecution of state agencies and moved to absorb county governments of wrong doing.
The journalist was reacting to Gachagua's remarks whereby he blamed the graft investigators of pretending to fight graft yet they were extorting money from Governors officials. The deputy president also earlier argued out that elected leaders suspected of graft should be issued with letters by head of the particular organization as opposed to delegating ''junior officers'' to address a sitting governor stating it was embarrassing.
According to Kaikai, the hint for preferential special treatment for governors or senior political leaders suspected of corruption was disturbing. He also stated that ''a disturbing issue is the suggestion that government offices should be out of bounce for corruption investigators.''
Linus also made a reminder to the new administration that corruption was real and was rampant in counties.
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