108PRESIDENT KENYATTA MUST CRACK THE WHIP ON CORRUPT JUDICIARY OR SINK
It is now very clear that to win the war on corruption President Uhuru Kenyatta has to immediately deal with a corrupt JUDICIARY in order to deliver the BIG4 AGENDA to Kenyans in the remaining 4years.
Less than that the legacy will remain a mirage in political science terms and the SHIP will sink with all of us.
A GOOD PAN AFRICAN FRIEND
I am a Pan African friend and volunteer of the people of Kenya . But it is very bad in African culture to have a friend who tells you only good things and fails to point out the pitfalls of insanity that lie ahead when Time is against Race .
PRESIDENT IS GOOD MAN
I love the President of Kenya to my Murrow but for this war to be over he must strike deep into the custodians of Law. The scope at which the war is being fought is widening but with less convictions . That is the truth . The public seem to have forgotten about KPLC and NYS yet money was lost ?
HATE ME LIKE ME THANKS
This hard page summarizes my feelings about corruption in KENYA . The DPP, NIS , POLICE and DCI have done their best but they face the OBSTACLE called JUDICIARY. If it is not cleaned then we all sink .
TIME IS RUNNING OUT
For President Uhuru Kenyatta to leave a legacy he must strike hard and deep into the enemy territory of the Judiciary and clean it once for all .
Kenya’s Judiciary makes their own laws and at the same time interpret them different when it touches corruption . The sentiments by CJ last Sunday on national TV live (NTV ) are Evident that the current CJ has no GOOD WORDS & RESPECT for the chief EXECUTIVE of Kenya 🇰🇪
Kenyans know that greed and materialism by the political class is the main problem in Kenya. Corruption by politicians has contributed to economic downturn and stagnations.
THE BIG 4 STARVED
Instead of using the funds allocated to their respective dockets to empower Kenyans , building more industries and affordable housing, the corrupt have chosen to supply air and pocket billions through dubious contracts and tenders.
Poverty is evident in the simple lives of Kenyans. Kenyans are still struggling to meet their healthcare needs. The money meant to improve our hospitals and health centres for our mothers to deliver safely, have gone to personal accounts of few gullible individuals through corruption.
Funds meant to build roads and open up our villages and countryside for business and investments are now smartly stashed in the accounts of few individuals who flouted procurement rules and awarded tenders to their own use .
When your official monthly salary is known but you own a building in the CBD of Nairobi and several others in different towns of Kenya, do you grow money in your garden or are you a magician?
Corruption endangers the country's future and creates poverty and unemployment. It catalyses crime and disorder. It's time to take the fight to the doors of the JUDICIARY who release these corrupt whales back to steal again.
GOD BLESS KENYA🇰🇪
Dr David Nyekorach Matsanga
SON OF SOIL OF AFRICA
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