If we don’t end corruption, it will kill this country and its people. We thought the entry of a new government would end graft but this vice has muted into an art with government officials still asking for bribes. The most notorious is Aridhi House where ministry of Land employees hide files to extort money from desperate Kenyans. Such scenes are replicated in most ministries and their departments countrywide.
The government must take the fight against corruption seriously. This is because such actions slow transaction and eventually the economy. It is easy to catch the culprits and take action against them. Otherwise, corruption will be here to stay.
Mary Omole, Nyeri