The issue of corruption and lack of accountability has been a persistent problem in Kenya for a long time. Public officials and leaders have been known to engage in various schemes to loot public funds and evade punishment. Unfortunately, the situation seems to have worsened as huge sums of money cannot be accounted for.
In the midst of this predicament, Honorable Kimani Ichung’wah, a Kikuyu MP, has boldly come forward with allegations against the previous regime led by former President Uhuru Kenyatta. According to the MP, officials of the previous regime looted Ksh 6.1 billion during the 2022 election period under the guise of purchasing shares from Telkom Kenya, a mobile services provider.
It is disheartening to see how corruption continues to thrive in Kenya despite efforts to curb it. However, it is commendable that individuals like Honorable Kimani Ichung,wah are speaking up and exposing corrupt practices in the country. It is important that these allegations are investigated and those responsible held accountable to promote transparency and accountability. Only then can the country move forward and fulfill its potential.
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