Senator Ledama Ole Kina (Courtesy)
The young Senator exposed the Kenya Defrnse Forces Recruiting officers for allegedly demanding a bribe of Kshs 300,000 ($3,000) from poor Kenyans in the ongoing recruitment countrywide.
“Good Morning @kdfinfo the word in the street is that your recruiting officers are demanding Ksh 300,000 from desperate unemployed Kenyans.” Posted Senator Ledama.
“I heard of the same in mbooni, Makueni.” Replied Senator Mutula Kilonzo.
Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans.
“But that has been the case for close to 2 decades now. I went to visit a certain relative a few weeks ago and I was told they are selling land to buy the recruitment certificate.” Sydney
“This is a serious allegation but i think its a malicious allegation of popularizing your Governorship campaign there is no Evidence. Its wrong to incite the youths against institutions. As a leader your well versed with relevant offices where you can present your allegation.” Byron Odera.
“I was in Kisii where those guys were asking for as much as Kshs 650k na watu wanatoa. Corruption in Kisii is just a notch higher.” Micah.
“What many had not known about KDF is that those going for "recruitment" have a list. It's done prior to the announcement. You've been blaming police but these people are the worst. Any senior KDF from your Sub-County decides who to get the chance. Even media dare not utter a word.” Kennedy Otieno.
Those are a few among many reactions from Kenyans. What is your opinion? Has the recruitment excercise been transparent in your area?
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