Corruption has continued to gain roots in various sectors in Kenya despite persistent fights by regimes to eradicate it .Several state institutions and agencies like the courts, EACC, DCI and DPP have been working hard to eliminate the vice but all efforts seem to be boring no fruits as the situation appears to worsen year in year out .
However, members of parliament have showed that there is light at the end of the tunnel following its legislative move.
Speaker of the National Assembly and MPs during a past presser ( photo).
According to today's Business Daily Newspaper, the MPs are set to table a bill that will see that all politicians linked to corruption allegations are barred from contesting. This will be a huge relief to Kenyans who have suffered heavily for a long time due to the effects of corruption which cut across all sectors.
Corruption can indeed be eliminated with the right leadership in place .
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