Kenyans on twitter have started a hash tag and posted banners in a bid to speak out about the high rate of corruption in the country.
So far 8 banners have been erected across different locations in Nairobi. The banners are in City Cabanas, Mombasa Road Thika Road, the tunnel Juja Road, Moi Forces Academy, Kiambu Road,at the interpass Ngong Road, at the interpass Kawangware 46 mwisho.
Here are some of the reactions posted by Kenyans on twitter:
We have reached at a time as Kenyans where we #MUST call it as it is; #Corruption destroys lives and the back stops with the #Presidency. We demand decisive action against all the corrupt who must be #sacked and #Jailed #BeyondZeroCorruption #KomeshaUfisadi #KenyasAreTired pic.twitter.com/xAymkuzaKe
— Muslims for Human Rights (MUHURI) (@MUHURIkenya) March 8, 2019
That face of corruption looks like it has been through many fights and survived. #KomeshaUfisadi is a brave campaign, every Kenyan should join. My 2 cents
— Ramapithecus (@RamzZy_) March 9, 2019
Now it's time to flood the streets and remind them how tired Kenyans are. The banners are a good start. Whether you were Jubilee, NASA or pro the handshake it doesn't matter. Impunity and graft have ethnicity. All these are conmen posing as leaders #KomeshaUfisadi pic.twitter.com/bViDEYwVmI
— Wajir's Tweep (@Wajirstweep) March 9, 2019
— David Kimwele (@davidkimwele) March 9, 2019
The last few months have seen all local dailies reporting corruption scandals worth billions of shillings. The latest scandal is the Dam scandal where Sh.21 billion was allegedly lost.