The US ambassador has warned against mass corruption in government saying it has reached crisis levels. The ambassidor demanded all THOSE INVOLVED BE PROSECUTED AND JAILED, NO DOUBLE STANDARDS
“We know corruption is a crisis in Kenya and it threatens growth. It must come to an end,” Godec said during the launch of the project in Embakasi, Nairobi, on Monday.
“All those engaging in corruption in Kenya must be prosecuted and jailed; no double standards.”
The ambassador said this following USAid and Kemsa’s signing of a Sh65billion drugs and medical equipment supply deal.
The deal will enable the public to access medicine quickly, Robert Godec said, adding the supply will be of lifesaving drugs and commodities.
Ambassidor Godec added that investing in health will ensure a prosperous future for the country and citizens.
His warning comes amid allegations of corruption in the Devolution ministry, over which 18 TNA MPs asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to sack CS Anne Waiguru.