We want to see more arrests, Mudavadi tells Uhuru
SEE ALSO :Western leaders in fresh unity promiseHe asked the government to do a forensic audit on the IFMIS, saying it was being used to steal money from the public coffers. He praised Catholic bishops for speaking tough against graft. “I am so proud of the Catholic bishops for telling Uhuru to stop talking too much and take action. The other time the Anglican Church also made a decision and spoke,” said Mudavadi. Mudavadi said Kenyans were facing financial difficulties due to too much borrowing. He said leaders responsible for managing the country’s finances must always tell the President the truth.
SEE ALSO :Mudavadi says Ruto is undermining Uhuru“I remember when I was appointed Minister of Finance, the Central Bank was broke. I explained to President Moi that the country was broke. The former President did not want anything to do with the International Monetary Fund,” he said. Former Gem MP Jakoyo Midiwo said only Mudavadi was talking boldly about corruption. He said leaders should call for the arrest of senior county officials who plunder public resources. “Most of these local leaders are unable to speak in public gatherings because residents heckle them because of corruption,” he said. [Olivia Odhiambo]
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