Former Kathiani member of Parliament Wavinya Ndeti has called for the fight against graft be intensified to the 47 counties.
Wavinya who spoke on Sunday after a church service at Kawethei salvation army said that the counties are rotten with graft and the concerned bodies should conduct investigations on them.
Wavinya hailed the president on his outmost will to see graft culprits prosecuted. “Rot is not in the higher offices alone but almost in every government office both at county and national level”
“I was glad when i heard the president swear in the name of God that no culprit will escape unpunished if found guilty of graft but I would like to urge the Ethics and Anti corruption commission and other bodies involved to look into the counties too where taxpayers money is being misappropriated”, Said Wavinya.
On school unrests Wavinya went ahead to ask the ministry of education to put in place proper measures to curb such cases.
She said that every stakeholder in education should play his part in a bid to resolve the temperatures being experienced in schools.
“Parents advise your children,teachers guide the students,we must get to the root cause of the disruptive unrest before the situation gets out of hand”,She said.
Though no school has been torched in Machakos county,more than ten schools in Makueni county have gone down in flames in the recent cases of school unrests.
Due to this the government is currently contemplating on abolishing boarding schools a debate that has brewed controversy.
Several leaders have come forward to oppose the recommendation citing that the abolishment won’t solve the unrests in schools.
Last week Mbooni member of parliament Erastus Kivasu called upon the ministry of education to stop finding short-term solutions to the unrests and instead focus and know how to deal with the situation once and for all.