Corruption has been the major problem in Kenya since Independence. This disease has really affected the progress of the country hindering any development agenda. Leaders have been on the spotlight as they are mostly the ones embracing corruption. Any Government in Kenya has always been blamed for failing to deal with its corrupt leaders and public officers.
Here are some of their arguments;
Senior Council Ahmednasir Abdullahi: It pains my heart when I hear Kenyans say that the current JUBILEE/odm Government is the most corrupt government since 1963...because I know that is THE TRUTH!
Lord Abraham Mutai: The MOST corrupt? What are you saying bro? Bwana AA, I can count tens of HUGE scandals during the time of Uhuruto, from Eurobond to SGR to IPPs in electricity to Afya house to land grabbing. Let us be honest. Those scandals cant equal to ONE scandal of covidmilionaires.
Senator Ledama Olekina: My Apti all governments are corrupt! And you know this ... people make money while in Government... it’s the business that thrives! Private business is taxed to its death bed! Then a few unscrupulous politicians dance with the loot!
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