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Prof Wajackoya Reminds Politicians 'Atrocities And Criminality Don't Rot' It Is Time They Reconsider

He came from the streets as a street child, lucky enough got sponsorship from a well wisher who educated him and now he is a professor, a lawyer, sometimes political analyst.

Yesterday he was on K24 TV and his analysis focused on the general code of conduct of our politicians in Kenya.

According to him, atrocities and criminality has been committed by majorly, players in the political arena, how so?

Well, much has been demanded by Kenyans in various parts of the nation, the top highest being, bursaries to help children meet an expensive system of learning in play. And what do politicians do with such enormous amounts of money in their disposal? They send their children and relatives abroad or in better schools here in Kenya where they pay with such monies to tunes of hundreds of thousands of shillings. It is hugely unfair, an act of atrocity, more of crime, and at a time like this, 2022, it is prudent to judge them 'ballot wisely'.

According to him, it goes on and on in such format when it comes to infrastructural developments, they embezzle those amounts and instead of building necessary and quality roads, they end up stabilising roads with murram and end it that way.

He says, "Integrity is key in leadership."

That it is high time they come to the judgemental part, the decisional one, where Kenyans have to look at their conduct throughout their stay while at the helm of power, that is either casting them in or out depending with their public records.

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