Kesses Member of Parliament Dr. Swarup Mishra now says that those involved in the theft of public funds should be mobjusted.
Speaking to the press the Kesses legislator said it is against the law to steal public funds which are meant to help the public.
“Since there have been increased cases of corruption, I want to propose that those who are involved in looting public funds should be mobjusted infront of Kenyans in broad daylight. This will act as an example to people with such behaviors,” said the Kesses Member of parliament while speaking to the press.
He said this will reduce the cases of corruption which has been rampant in the country.
The Kesses legislator further said that you cannot be a father who steals from his children and goes to plead that he is sorry.
“If this will be effected cases of corruption will reduce drastically since those involved in this heinous act will fear being mobjusted thus cases of corruption will decrease,” added the Kesses member of parliament.
The Kesses legislator says he will resign if any amount of public fund is embezzled noting he will ensure transparency and accountability of every single cent in his constituency.
“I want to say that I was elected by the people of Kesses to improve their livelihoods and not to steal from them and if public funds will be embezzled I will resign. I will ensure that no public fund is looted in my tenure as Kesses MP,” said Mishra.
Dr. Mishra further said politicians defending corrupt individuals stern actions should be taken against them.
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