Mtu Wetu Nonsense! KOT bash leaders claiming graft war is ethnical

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War on graft has seriously intensified in Kenya with various top officials visiting the courts recently in attempt to clear their names while Kenyans seek justice in the looting of their taxes.

Both leaders and disappointed Kenyans have warned leaders to stop defending corrupt individuals in the name of he/she belongs to their tribe.

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Some Rift Valley leaders allied to Deputy President William Ruto, led by Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei,  claimed that the team leading the anti-corruption war is being used to unfairly target professionals from their community.

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Senator Cherargei

He said the intention is to profile the community as corrupt, and with a plan to influence 2022 succession politics.

“The DCI, EACC, DPP and the Attorney-General should not turn the fight against corruption into a tool to ethnically profile some people and brand them corrupt. We will not allow it to happen … we will not sit back and allow you to ethnically profile our people with l vested interest, in bad faith and with politically motivated charges,” Mr Cherargei said in reaction to a weekend swoop that saw former Kenya Pipeline Manager Joe Sang and former National Hospital Insurance Fund head Simeon Kirgotty and several others arrested over allegations of corruption.

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Eugene Wamalwa

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