EACC Chairman, Eliud Wabukala has said that all governors will have to sign an anti-corruption agreement with the institution before taking office.
He also called out the IEBC for not holding to account corrupt leaders who bribed voters in Meru and Garissa on election day.
“We came across isolated cases of voter bribery in Garissa, Meru, Nyamira and Machakos,” he said.
His silence since taking office has however not sat well with Kenyans. Others accused him of doing nothing about the evident corruption on going in the country.
Even a nail without a sharp tip is still referred as a nail,Kenyans are losing hope in you @EACCKenya Chairman wabukala
— MusyokaPeter (@BrianDaktari) August 16, 2017
Chairman Wabukala thinks his Prayers will save Counties from Corruption..Governors are there to STEAL..The Rest leave to GOD @EACCKenya
— LUO LEGEND???? (@owilijunior) August 16, 2017
Chairman Wabukala has been praying too much in EACC..he is yet to start prosecuting people????
— Mandela ?? (@MandelaKolilo) August 16, 2017
Aye Chairman Wabukala how have you been? It's been long. Corruption still going strong and chicken thieves still filling prisons. Hayo tu
— Saro Wiwa (@sarowiwa95) August 16, 2017
Chairman Wabukala is toothless and a load to this nation.
— Steven Mapesa (@MapesaSteven) August 16, 2017
since chairman wabukala took the EACC office no arrest or prosecution has been seen he is just there to warm his office chair
— Kelvin Kalz ?? (@ItsKelvinKalz) August 16, 2017
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