After months of silence and political passiveness following the famous Raila-Uhuru handshake, ghetto Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has finally broken silence on matters concerning the National Youth Service (NYS) scandal.
Speaking on Monday during an interview with a local daily, the NASA coprincipal said that the government should facilitate speedy investigations into the alleged Sh9 billion graft scandal.
The former Vice President pointed out that such are the occurrences that are most likely to cost the Jubilee government if no stern action is executed to appease the citizens.
According to Kalonzo, president Uhuru’s big four agenda, focusing on development, might be rendered futile by the continued scandals rocking the Youth service and all governmental institutions.
“President Uhuru Kenyatta must act tough and save the country’s taxpayers coffers from being looted by selfish and greedy officials,” Kalonzo said.
Despite this not being the first time the NYS hitting the headlines with corruption, Kalonzo believes that the government has not done enough towards the fight against the same.
He pointed a blaming finger at the government’s investigative and prosecuting agencies, alleging that they have remained dormant in face of corruption scandals.
The Wiper part boss further noted that there exists implicating evidence that taxpayers’ money is being looted by government officials who still walk Scot free instead of being put behind bars.
“I think we must seriously review some of the institution’s responsible with investigating and prosecuting economic crimes,” he said.
The lion of Tseikuru further called on all Kenyans to join the fight against corruption in the country in order to make Kenya a better place for future generations.
“We as Kenyans can play our small roles and help eradicate those corruption monster that is ‘eating’ our country,” he added.
Leaders allover the country and have expressed displeasure over the alleged scandal that has seen the country lose a whopping Kshs 9 billion, even after losing yet another 761 million in the recent past.
The PS for Public Service, Lilian Omollo together with the NYS director General Richard Ndambiri plus other senior government officials were forced to step aside to pave way for an investigations into the scandal.