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Adrian Kipkoech 25 Aug 18
We do not want to see people arrested and paraded as Corrupt with no return of stolen money. It is like carrying the spare key of your car inside yote car. Haisaidii.
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Kiongos.. 25 Aug 18
Congratulations corruption, for winning the war on corruption.
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Real Edwin Kageri Gichuku 25 Aug 18
the war on poverty and corruption should have kicked off right there and then, we shouldn't be having this discussions 50+ yrs after independence
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richie mwendwa 25 Aug 18
What is corruption?
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#ChukuaHatuaKE 25 Aug 18
Corruption cases in Kenya are always delayed, the evidence is never sufficient for conviction and suspects often have the last laugh. To an extent, graft seems to pay more than hard work.
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Naaman 25 Aug 18
Dentists make money off people with bad teeth, why should we use toothpaste recommended by 4/5 dentists? If 'they' make money from corruption, do you think this fight (on corruption) is candid?
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Mbogo Joyce 25 Aug 18
you cannot have a revolution without mind revolution.
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John De Rockefeller 25 Aug 18
Going by the way most of our leaders came all guns blazing in in opposition of the so called lifestyle audit, the war on corruption remains a pure PR stunt
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Joseph Wairegi 25 Aug 18
There is no fight against corruption if tha audit has never commenced and the princess of thieves a.k.a waiguru is walking free on our streets
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Vinny Vince 25 Aug 18
No one has be convicted of corruption since Moi era and here we are trying to fight corruption yet its just a PR
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stevekasera 25 Aug 18
high school teacher: you'll learn this at the university Uni lecturer: you learnt this in high school. What life is
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James Washington 25 Aug 18
It makes no sense at all when the government keeps saying we are developing yet life becomes tougher by the day. Everything is expensive
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james kibaki 25 Aug 18
For those who in power "government" know when they loot from the state wealth and riches they will be rewarded by their tribesmen as their leader. "THIEVES THIEVES THIEVES." let us call them as they are.
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CIVIC EDUCATIONKE 25 Aug 18
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE LIFESTYLE AUDIT pronounced by President ?
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John De Rockefeller 25 Aug 18
I have never failed to pay my taxes yet: 1. The cost of electricity has gone up and Kplc openly cheated us it’s gone down. 2. The cost of fuel/transport is going up every month 3. There’s even no need to mention the cost of water leave alone food
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data boy 25 Aug 18
Kenyan leadership fools us so much eg kplc drops monthly charges which has been exploiting us unduly but then other taxes induced to almost replace what is dropped and they want us clap for fooling us
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james kibaki 25 Aug 18
Participant: We could try the Swizz form of government. A council of leaders as presidency and each member to serve for one year as a foreign minister.
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#PeoplePowerKE 25 Aug 18
People! We must organise. We must organise. We must organise. We must organise.
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#MambaForever 25 Aug 18
War in Corruption is all a fallacy.
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Sina Taabu 25 Aug 18
The cost of living is over the roof,corruption right left and centre, tax on everything is also high BUT the middle class are ok as long as they can take loans and service them. We need to wake up and swallow the coffee smelling isn't enough
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