URP strongman and UhuRuto chief sycophant and leader of majority in Parliament Hon Aden Duale has broken ranks with his masters and DEMANDED that the president should DECLARE CORRUPTION a national disaster!
Hon Duale is now reading from the same script with CORD Leader and People’s president Raila Odinga who asked Uhuru to address endemic corruption that sending the country to an economic cliff.
For Hon Duale to contradict his masters then know that there is a big fat rotten stinking rat in Statehouse that he cannot stomach.
Corruption should be declared a national disaster, National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale has declared. In an exclusive interview with The Standard on Sunday, Duale said graft is entrenched in all sectors of the economy and it is to blame for rising poverty, terrorism and crime.
â€œMega corruption is going on with impunity in Parliament, Judiciary and the Executive. Bodies tasked with the fight against graft like police and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, private sector and county governments are also tainted,â€ said Mr Duale.
To tackle the problem head on, the Garrisa Township MP proposed that all officers in key institutions mandated to fight graft, be vetted afresh.
He proposed that all investigating officers working in the office of the Director of Public Prosecution, the Criminal Investigations Department and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission be vetted afresh.
At the same time, the hard-hitting Jubilee politician accused officers tasked with dealing with graft issues of allegedly not doing their work and instead abetting the problem by engaging in the vice. Duale claimed that EACC officers are allegedly entering into deals with suspects they are supposed to be investigating.
Hon Duale seemed to read from the same script with CORD leader PM Raila who told Kenyans that the problem lies squarely with State House, which he claimed had refused to come clean on several scandals including how proceeds from the Sh75 billion Eurobond were used. â€œThere have been questions on how that money was spent especially why it was allocated to some ministries that do not deal with infrastructure,â€ said Raila.
Without mincing his words, the Majority Leader warned those engaging in corruption that their days are numbered. â€œCorruption is a societal problem now and it needs to be dealt with as a national disaster. We should not engage in blame game,â€ said Duale.