MUTETI: Kalonzo could be the antidote to corruption

An individual with interests in key industries in Kenya will not tackle corruption

In Summary

• To consider the most suitable individual for president, we ought to consider the most vexing needs and problems bedeviling Kenyans today.

• They include rampant corruption, high cost of living, unemployment, high cost of doing business, expensive healthcare and low accessibility to it, costly education

Right at the return of multiparty politics in 1992, the discussion then was that democracy would be reinstalled in Kenya to make it a prosperous nation. But Moi quickly played the tribal card and ...

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