David Mberia has been barred by Court from holding public office and fined Ksh 700000 or serve a three years jail term for being guilty of bribery. He was found guilty for 1.7 m bribery.[Photo courtesy]
I think any leader found guilty on corruption should be denied bond and serve his or her jail term in jail. But if you take the example of this Karen MCA, that bond ruled by court is just a change of millions profits he made from corruption. There is no fair judgement here, how comes the judge fines the MCA sh 700,000 while he looted 1.7 million?
Welcome to Kenya where court finds you guilty of 1.7 million bribery then orders you to pay 700k fine. The MCA will remain with his 1M and life continues as if nothing happened. As a reader what do you say about this judgement, was the judge right? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
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