Lifestyle audit will clear my name, says DP Ruto - 8 months ago, 10 July 09:00
Mark Masai: Top on the minds of Kenyans is the issue of corruption. As the Deputy President, how does this make you feel, and will you take responsibility for the poor state of the country?
William Ruto: I wouldn’t run away from responsibility on the management of affairs of Kenya because the President and I are the people with whom the buck ultimately stops.
We have in the last five years doubled resources to all agencies that are charged with the fight against corruption, added 100 additional investigators to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission and bolstered staff at the Office of Director of Public Prosecutions.
More than any other government, we have consistently ensured that these offices have the human resource, the equipment and the software to deliver in the fight against corruption.
Then, why is it that there seems to be more cases of graft?
We have a Constitution that provides for ...
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