President Kenyatta ordered to extend curfew and hasten investigations into alleged graft into medical authority

Niwandinda Daniel
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President Uhuru Kenyatta has directed investigative agencies to hasten investigations into alleged graft at the Kenya medical supplies authority and present their findings within 21 days.
The head of state saying that in line with the zero tolerance to corruption policy, no one will be spared irrespective of their status in society.
The directive came in the wake of reports indicating that huge amounts of money could have been lost through dubious deals in the procurement of critical supplies meant to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
On Wednesday, President Uhuru Kenyatta made his 11th address to the nation on COVID-19 since the pandemic struck in March.
The president taking issue with those involved in corruption despite the zero tolerance to graft policy, directing agencies handling the graft allegations at the Kenya medical supplies authority to conclude investigations into the matter within 21 days.
The president extended the dusk to dawn curfew for an additional 30 days, with the closure of bars and night clubs set to continue

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