Avoid graft, divisive politics, Munya urges

East African and Northern Corridor Cabinet secretary Peter Munya has called on all Kenyans to shun corruption and divisive politics and to instead embrace accountability and unity to ensure  the country attains its set development goals.

He said the two vices are the greatest challenges currently facing the nation and vowed to fully support President Uhuru Kenyatta in his endeavor to eradicate graft and divisive politics.

Speaking at Maili Tatu market in Igembe Central constituency,  Meru county during his home coming party,  the former governor said with unity and eradication of the rampant corruption, the country can comfortably embark on the path of development without any unnecessary disruptions or side shows.

Munya said those who have looted the public coffers should be arrested and face prosecution, saying he supports Uhuru on his renewed fight against graft.

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