Ugunja MP and one of Orange Democratic Movement, ODM allies, Wandayi moving to Parliament to block leaders whose names have been dragged from any corruption from holding any public office. An Unapologetic Wandayi from his today's statement within the Parliament's building will be seeking to amend the Leadership and Integrity act 2012 and Election Act 2011 to temporarily suspend or block such leaders.
“Our recent surveys show that out of sixs companies in Kenya four companies must bribe their way out to get an operating license and out of three companies, one must bride to obtain construction permit." He revealed. Wandayi wondered that if one is talking about corruption there is fraction within the Kenya's population who feel being targeted. According to Wandayi, the group has brainwashed innocent Kenyans and they feel that corruption should not be talked about.
It is because of this that Wandayi now wants the Parliament to amend the sections to temporarily bar these leaders from any leadership position hoping that bill will be supported overwhelmingly from the lawmakers.
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