Citizens should take role in graft war more seriously

Citizens should play a critical role by vehemently opposing corruption, keeping in check those in office

In Summary

• The term “citizen participation'' has gained traction over the past decade since the promulgation of the 2010 Constitution.

• The Constitution envisages members of the public co-governing with leaders in making governance decisions

As we continue waiting for President Uhuru Kenyatta to fulfil his promise for a comprehensive response to the Pandora Papers leak, it is worth noting the exposé rejuvenated the fight against ...

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