Religious leaders call for stiffer action on corruption
SEE ALSO :Corruption puts off US investorsHe added: It is disheartening that we continue to borrow billions from outside, yet there is hardly any successfully completed development project. The leaders said they will form a team of social auditors to help the community understand how their resources have been spent. “We do not condone corruption of whatever form. Government agencies tasked with investigating corruption should save Kenya from the mess it is in,” he said. Rajab Tayari from the Council of Imams and Preachers of Kenya urged the DCI to investigate influx of drinking dens in residential estates. “The encroachment of drinking dens into residential estates posses a threat to our morals and peace,” he said.
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