Peter Kaluma once again has sparked another reaction from Kenyans. He has posed a question regarding the existence of Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission in Kenya. Peter Kaluma holds that the fight against corruption is no longer a priority in Kenya. His desire is that Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission in Kenya should be disbanded.
"The fight against corruption no longer appears to be a priority in Kenya! Should Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission continue to exist?", stated MP Peter Kaluma.
I have sampled out few reactions from Kenyans and below is how different Kenyans responded.
"The EACC should be there, corruption is a wide body that needs involvement of all government anti-Corruption bodies", said Julius.
"It should just exist the government is big", stated Edgar.
"Biggest corruption we should start with is auctioning ODM certificate to the highest bidders and nomination slot at the County, Assemblies, senate and National Assembly", said Dalmas Onyango.
"Should be disbanded", stated Fred Otieno.
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