On June 14,President Uhuru Kenyatta announced that a lifestyle audit will be conducted on all public servants, including himself, as the government intensifies the war on corruption
President Kenyatta made the directive as he began a tour to the Coastal region on Thursday where he was received by Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho.
“We will conduct lifestyle audit for all public servants beginning with myself as a step towards fighting graft ” Kenyatta said
Mwingi west member of parliament, Charles Nguna has echoed Uhuru’s utterances declaring his readiness to declare his wealth.
“I am very ready to declare my wealth as this is a way of curbing the rooted corruption in our county, ” Nguna said.
Nguna further noted that some public servants live more expensive lives than their salaries and the audit would be necessary to determine such people.