President Uhuru’s Lifestyle Audit Directive Unites Kenyans Against Government Leaders


President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday directed that all public officials should be subjected going forward in a spirited fight against corruption.

Speaking after commissioning the Miritini-Mwache-Kipevu link road at Miritini, Mombasa County, a tough-talking Uhuru swore that going forward, looting of public resources must come to an end at all cost.

Na hii tabia ya watu kuiba mali ya Wakenya haki ya Mungu itaisha katika Taifa la Kenya (In the name of God, this habit of people fleecing public coffers must come to an end).”


The Head of State indicated that he will be the first to undergo a lifestyle audit then Deputy President William Ruto will follow suit followed by other government officials.

His call, however, seems to have reenergized the resolution of the citizens to fight the vice collectively.

This has seen tweeps unitedly take to Twitter waging a spirited war by exposing corrupt government officials and conducting a lifestyle audit under the tag #WeKnowYourSalary.

The naming and shaming initiative is directed towards exposing public officials whose assets and properties show great disparity compared to their net salaries.



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