Kenyan youth now pose a threat to the big fish after they today fearlessly joined in the war against corruption. It has been spoken by our leaders several times but the young blood now wakes up to ensure that action is taken.
This come at a time when Kenyans seem to be giving up in the war against corruption and the challenge is how to sustain optimism in an environment where many have lost hope.
They plan on exposing corrupt leaders and all the corrupt dealings. One Kenyan on the streets of social media stated that they are willing to die on the streets in this fight against corruption.
President Uhuru Kenyatta a few months ago said he that he was ready to lose more friends in the current war against corruption.
“I have lost close friends over the war on corruption. We must be ready to lose friends and do what is right in the eyes of God,” said President Kenyatta adding that the country stands on the threshold of transformation.
This is something that the youth are ready for, if loosing friends is what it takes..this new energy proves that they are prepared to be fully involved in kicking out corruption in the country.
We have had enough…
In a recent public address, opposition leader who recently got a good deal in the AU also shared his sentiments on the issue of corruption…
Have a keen look at this photo. Imagine of this rare opportunity to meet the DP one on one & none of this youths saw the importance of talking to him & telling him something of substance to help them, but to take selfies.
Pics will not help
A bad disease#YouthKEAgainstCorruption pic.twitter.com/geELz3k8Vv
— Eric Ndemange (@_ericndemange) October 24, 2018
Corruption is When a Man who is over 75 years old, and supposed to be enjoying his Retirement benefits fund is put to be in charge of Matters concerning the Youths. It’s also when A Child is given money by a Guest and you as a parent take it from them. #YouthKEAgainstCorruption
— BRAVIN™ (@ItsBravin) October 24, 2018
At some point I tend to think corruption is a good thing, but only when those funds are reinvested back to the economy NOT stored in a foreign bank somewhere. This creates employment to the youth in the economy. #YouthKEAgainstCorruption
— Mumo Eric (@mumo_er) October 24, 2018
We need to stop electing thirsty politician,and start electing leaders who are ready to take full control of their actions #YouthKEAgainstCorruption
— Paul Guyo (@paulguyo32) October 24, 2018
#YouthKEAgainstCorruption Youth are only against corruption UNTIL they get the opportunity to be corrupt. This should be a collective fight for all ages young and old.
— Obuya Snr (@ObuyaDan) October 24, 2018
We always complain when people in power steal public money yet given the same chance most of us youth would probably do the same. So I ask myself this #YouthKEAgainstCorruption is it jealousy or genuine committment to fight corruption? #Behonestwithyourself
— Halima S Nurkey (@MissNurkey) October 24, 2018
#YouthKEAgainstCorruption We the youths of this country, we should know our future and our that of our country is at our hands! We should be in front to fight electoral injustices, corruption and incompetent appointees!! Let us die in streets until we achieve what we want!
— Mwathiki Joshua (@MwathikiJoshua) October 24, 2018