[SIZE=6]All public officers to undergo lifestyle audit, says President Kenyatta[/SIZE]
President Uhuru Kenyatta shakes hand with Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho during the official opening of the Dongo Kundu bypass in Mombasa . PHOTO | KEVIN ODIT | NATION MEDIA GROUP
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday announced that the the government will conduct a lifestyle audit of all public officers.
President Kenyatta said all public servants, including himself and Deputy President William Ruto, will be asked to explain the source of their wealth and all those found to have plundered public coffers will be put to task to explain the source of their wealth.
“Those found culpable will be taken to where they belong - in prison," the President said.
Hata kama we doubt it we should be so excited to the point that they cannot back out of it. Like when you tell a girl jokingly you’ll buy her a phone and she becomes so excited that now you cannot back out of it.
The media should discuss it, Kenyans talk about it, diplomats should congratulate the president for the announcement, churches should pray on it, artists create art about it and new politicians who haven’t ate yams yet to keep the pressure in senate and parliament to the point that the president is forced to make a date when the same is to be done.
this roadside declarations ni za upuzi…could uhuru reduce kuongea and act more…even before repeating it this year labour day alkuwa amesema last year kuwa pesa ya overtime worked will not be taxed. but hakufuatilia the most important part and that is implementation. so whats happening workers are veing taxed… kra apana tambua kitu haijakua sheria ama policy. juzi akasema workers waongezwe 5%… could you talkers ask your employed peasant neighbours…oooo sorry…could you talkers ask the peasants (when you happen to pass thro their vitongoji duni on your way to Runda) kama waliongezwa… bado i can assure you…shithole leadership.