Jubilee has gone to bed with corruption in broad daylight, says Senator
04 November 2015, 10:40
Nakuru - A nominated Senator allied to the Jubilee coalition has said that the government 'has gone to bed with corruption in broad daylight.'
UDF nominated Senator, Martha Wangari said the Jubilee government is unable to fight corruption because its top offices are the ones propagating it.
Speaking Tuesday in Naivasha town, Wangari faulted President Uhuru Kenyatta for what she termed as outright ignorance of what is happening in the government.
She said the President is well aware of the rampant corruption in his government but has simply refused to act on it.
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“The President is aware that the country is being looted by his close friends and has done nothing for fear of loosing his friends who helped him win in 2013,” said Wangari, who also warned that the mega projects being initiated by the government will never be completed if the ongoing theft of public funds is not stopped.
“The standard gauge railway and laptop projects will remain projects on paper because there will be no money to complete them if the President does not act and this will be the end of Jubilee,” she said.
She lashed at leader of majority, Aden Duale for wasting time attacking CORD leader Raila Odinga instead of telling the President and his deputy to deal with corruption in government.
“The leader of majority has become a lousy noise maker whose work is to attack Raila instead of telling his bosses to address the issue of corruption,” she said.
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