KANU, ODM officials in North Rift tell off President Uhuru's critics
SEE ALSO :Jubilee rift widens over graft purge“Kenyans want answers not rhetoric from leaders who are afraid of the outcome of investigations targeting corrupt individuals,” said Mr Kibet. He wondered why the leaders from Rift Valley were training their guns on Uhuru while at the same time, requesting for development projects. “When investigating agencies want to probe and let the citizens know how their taxes are utilised, some leaders are busy pointing fingers at the President,” Kibet said. David Chepsiror, Kanu chairperson in Uasin Gishu, maintained that the war against graft must be fought by all means. Jittery leaders
SEE ALSO :Muslims tussle over Sh1b properties“Why we seeing leaders jittery yet Uhuru are has not mentioned or linked them to graft," said Mr Chepsiror. "They should let Directorate of Criminal Investigations and Office of Public Prosecutions do their work.” Kipkorir Menjo the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party National Devolution Secretary said the leaders should have used their positions to provide solutions to the ailing grain sector instead of targeting the President. “At the moment, farmers are waiting for fertilizer so that they can plant maize but the leaders are quiet about that issue. "They are now crying foul saying their community is being targeted with corruption claims, and not addressing issues that affect citizens.”
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