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Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has declared that the war against impunity in the country will go on even though it has cost him friends and allies over the recent past.. Sad.
He was Speaking during a Sunday service at Faith Evangelistic Ministry church in Karen, Nairobi, Kenyatta said he will not relent in the ongoing crackdown to reclaim illegally acquired public property including land.
President Uhuru addressing the hot issue of demolition of buildings on riparian land, He affirmed that neither money nor political connections will save those in the wrong from facing action.
As i quote “Over the last few weeks I have lost so many friends. I have received many calls being asked ‘how can you sit and just watch all this destruction going on. You must stop it.’ But i said, it is difficult to stop, not because we love to destroy but because we must fight impunity corruption,” said Uhuru Kenyatta.
“If we fail to fight impunity corruption we will not achieve our dreams… A time has come for us to fight impunity, a time has come for every Kenyan to realise no matter how powerful you think you are or how much money you have… That will not save you.”
A tough talking President Kenyatta said he will not be deterred from fighting corruption, which he said prevents the country from achieving its dreams. We wish him luck in this fight against corruption.