State House official in trouble after calling for punishment of those caught in corruption
"Tell it to the birds"
Itumbi took to his Facebook page where he gave his two cents, noting that those implicated in corruption should be "punished with the sharpest tools".
"Corruption where PROVEN, as per by law established, should be punished with the SHARPEST tools of justice available to a democracy, so as to send a clear message to those engaged in dipping hands in the public sufuria," the PSCU director stated.
The comments, however, did not go well with a majority of his followers on social media who accused of being all talk with no action.
"If we use the sharpest tools of justice to deal with corruption what becomes of the movement you glowingly talk about?" lawyer Soyinka Lempaa wondered in sarcasm.
"If you have Evidence, and billions are lost, then dont waste you time telling us about the big four....dont waste your time," Davis Njeru responded.
"My brother, that's why you should be silent on NYS scandal. We defended Waiguru then got egg on our faces later. This scandals might prove costly to Jubilee legacy. I hope Kenyatta is watching and planning action," Daniel Nyutu replied.
Another user, Bea Kilemi, offered advise, "If you read the comments carefully you will actually see that everyone is saying the same thing. We are terribly, miserably TIRED. Including Uhuruto die hard fans".
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