DCI, NCIC urged to investigate IPSOS corruption report

Pokot South MP David Pkossing. FILE PHOTO
Pokot South MP David Pkossing. FILE PHOTO

The Director of Criminal Investigations and the National Cohesion and Integration Commission have been urged to investigate the recent IPSOS report on corruption that ranked the Deputy President William Ruto as the most corrupt leader, according to Kenyans.

Pokot South MP Mr. David Pkossing said the opinion polls if left unchecked will bring ethnic tension in the country. He said for the last six months, there has been a sustained smear campaign aimed that DP Ruto regarding his 2022 presidential ambitions. He dismissed the IPSOS report saying the people interviewed were given money.

Speaking at Kabichbich, Mr. Pkossing insisted that the Deputy President will still clinch the presidency in 2022 no matter how much his name is spoiled, and urged the security department to intervene, “We are getting annoyed by the things going on.”

He further said discontent is being created in President Uhuru Kenyatta’s government and members of the Kalenjin community are being targeted and used as sacrificial lambs. He said the community is being targeted in the name of fighting graft, “What is happening is that things are being tilted towards one direction and it’s dangerous,” he said.

Pkossing said some people aren’t happy with Jubilee’s Big Four Agenda and want to hide around corruption allegations and waste time. “Tiem is moving and by the end of the five years, we won’t have developed our country,” he said.