According to recent reports by research firm Infotrak, Deputy president William Samoei Ruto’s office is one of the most corrupt in the country,
The new findings of the study which were released on Tuesday, August 23, paints a sad picture of transparency and integrity at Ruto’s office after topping the corruption radar with 51% closely followed by Uhuru’s office with 46.4%, reports Tuko.
The published report also suggests that 62% of Kenyans believe that Kenya is currently headed in the wrong political direction and 55% suggesting the country’s economy is not doing well.
Sometime back, President Uhuru Kenyatta admitted that corruption was happening right under his nose, mostly in the procurement department with cartels who are said to be within the presidency colluding to influence deals minting millions during the tendering process.
This new report comes barely three days after it was reported that senior State house officials and a police officer were caught demanding bribes from people vising State House.
They were nabbed for trying to obtain money from a businessman in a Sh30 billion deal.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has repeatedly condemned the vice in both private and public sectors warning those caught instigating corruption will be met with the full force of the law.