Lately there has been debates that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s cabinet has let him down following their insufficiency as well as links to corruption deals.
This has prompted to rumours doing rounds that the president is scheduled to send some of his cabinet secretaries home. over failure to deliver in their dockets.
Just recently the the Amani National Congress Party leader Musalia Mudavadi, asked Uhuru Kenyatta to do away with Festus Mwangi Kiunjuri (Agriculture), Charles Keter (Energy), and Henry Rotich (National Treasury).
The Three CS have been in different scandals with the most recent one been the maize scandal that has hit CS Kiunjuri hard.
According to Mudavadi the three individuals hold very important dockets yet their tenure has been riddled with corruption which has seen many Kenyans suffer.
Adding that the trio does not deserve their positions, the ANC leader also asked the president to reassess his team.
In his statement, “You know sometime back, I talked to President Uhuru and told him we used to say ‘nasa hawa (nab them)’, but on this one, my clarion call to him is ‘furusha hawa (sack them)’.
In addition he said, “That speaks volumes… When I say furusha hawa, I mean some of them do not deserve to be in office.
The ANC leader was attending a Sunday service at the Kenya Assemblies of God (KAG) church in Nairobi’s Buruburu Estate, where he also asked the youth to examine leaders thoroughly before electing them terming the current crop of leaders as a disgrace.
He equally opined that the nation must re-evaluate itself and encourage honesty and hardwork.
Mudavadi also proposed that a Judicial Commission of Inquiry should be formed to look into the issues affecting the maize and sugar sector.
“In a commission of inquiry, people can be summoned to give evidence and in the event that they give false information, they can be prosecuted and go to jail,” he argued.
Opposing the formation of a task force to handle the matter, Mudavadi added, “Setting up a task force with the same people suspected to have been involved in the trade is unacceptable.”
“We are taking farmers in circles. Again, we have so many reports that have not even been implemented,” Mudavadi quipped.