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Kenyans Disappointed By Senate, Term the Institution as Corrupt

Obashb 06/26/2020

Kenyans from all walks of life have today expressed utter disappointment with the senators, for what they termed as a corrupt and arm twisted legislature. This is after Waiguru was cleared by the senate committee, investigating corruption allegations that led to her impeachment by Kirinyaga County members of county assembly. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Through a Twitter trend #CorruptSenateKE, Kenyans took the liberty to dissect individual contributions of senators, both in the committee and those who contributed towards the acquittal motion. Even the young senator form Makueni, who has always been seen as a revolutionary and independent mind was not spared. By any case, Kilonzo Junior took the heaviest blows, from members of public who once revered him with a great sense of honor. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

For the case of the committee chair, Mr. Malala, a section of Kenyans went on to compare him with a nurse whose husband sells coffins. In short, they have treated him as a sellout and an untrustworthy individual, whose leadership cannot be relied on to protect Kenyans against corrupt governors. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Owing to cumulative cross examination, committee hearings and a special senate seating, Kenyans have came to a conclusion that the acts of senators is a proof that corruption is legal and formed an opinion that all those involved should be forced to step down and senate disbanded.

In a case of animal farm, Kenyans felt that the rich and corrupt will always find a way out, considering that Waiguru has been synonymous with corrupt dealings and this was her second appearance before a legislative arm of government, she has been twice lucky. For a majority, corruption won, the citizens of Kirinyaga were served a raw deal and senate is a corrupt den. The ball is back in Kirinyaga county assembly, will they impeach her nine times as they promised? View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Source: opera.com
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