Trending on twitter today is the hash tag #arrestbruceodhiambo.
Bruce odhiambo is the chairman of the youth enterprise development fund in Kenya. With the former cabinet secretary of devolution, Anne Waiguru, naming and shaming those who participated in making the Sh.791 million National Youth Service project fund disappear, looks like even Bruce is in for a rude shock.
— Robert ALAI (@RobertAlai) March 2, 2016
In the past few weeks, Waiguru has decided that she will not go down alone. Apart from Bruce Odhiambo, Waiguru has also named Aden Duale, the majority leader of the national assembly, Luke Samoei, Kipchumba Murkomen, and Josephine Kabura who is a business person.
The main facts that came out right from the Kenyan tweets, is that corruption is here to stay and sooner or later the so called constitutional equality and justice for all will be thrown out the window. It looks like our politics is getting dirtier after devolution. Wasn’t devolution meant to save us from such problems?
Kenyans on twitter expressed their anger and disappointment in president Uhuru’s government. And with the current state of corruption in the country, the question the youth are asking is will the court system expected to be bringing justice to all really play its one truthful role or will we have another corruption case just to add on our already full corruption scandals bucket?
#ArrestBruceOdhiambo what we need in kenya is a Ministry of Corruption and Scandals
— e-kimathi (@erique_kimathi) March 2, 2016
We should change our school mottos from education is key to success to corruption is key to success #ArrestBruceOdhiambo
— ItsMatere (@MatereDenis) March 2, 2016
— Oloo Oriwo (@ochioriwo) March 2, 2016
The current trend of government leaders of putting their personal interests first is rubbing off the wrong way on the young. They are confirming to the young that patriotism can go out the door, as long as you want to satisfy your own needs and now the youth are developing the same mind set.
They don’t want to get into government to bring change to all, they want to change their own lives first then the country can wait. This will reveale how fast we will fall down the underdevelopment hill.
Let us all to put our country first, then from that we will taste the fruits of success as one.