Ford Kenya dares Uhuru to fire corrupt ministers and stop rhetorical threats

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Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetangula has dared president Uhuru Kenyatta to act on his threats that has turned to be just a hot air.

Wetangula said that the threats are too many and nothing seem to change as Kenyans continue to e robbed their dignity by corrupt officials.

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“Let us now see Uhuru working,his threats are coming just hot air for intimidation,this is the right time to save Kenya and its children,”Wetangula said.

Wetangula said war on graft lacked good will from both the political and state officers.

“We are seeing a tough talking president whenever he goes to address Kenyans but we are not seeing him take action by sending culprits home and jail” said Wetangula

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The Bungoma senator reiterated his call for the removal and prosecution of cabinet secretaries and other senior government officers who are under investigation for corruption related cases.

He expressed need to have corruption suspects arraigned in Court and jailed.

Wetangula who was addressing members of Ngarisha teachers Sacco in Chwele said war on corruption should target all Kenyans irrespective of their status.

His sentiments were echoed Bungoma woman reprentative Catherine Wambilianga.

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The legislator said the monies lost through corruption was more than enough to feed Kenyans in the hunger striken regions.

She called state agencies meant to investigate and prosecute corruption cases to stand firm and end the vice.

Over the last one year billions of money had been reported missing where top government officials have been accused.

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