DP Ruto faults media over lifestyle audit report

Deputy President William Ruto has said that he will submit himself for a lifestyle audit in a new scheme announced by President Uhuru Kenyatta recently.

Speaking during the 43rd Annual National Conference of Principals at Wild Waters in Mombasa County on Wednesday, Mr Ruto noted that every leader must undergo the examination.

The Deputy President observed that unless tackled now, corruption cases would dwarf the development plans that are being pursued by the Government.

“It is a serious threat. We cannot attain the Big Four agenda if these vices are not tamed. That is why I will also undergo the lifestyle scrutiny,” he said.

Mr Ruto said it was time Kenyans joined hands and fought corruption “if we are to make our country move forward”.