Graft fight needs zeal that ended exam cheating
Corruption in this country has now reached a point that it is choking Kenyans. We all agree that something must be done and on this, politicians cannot divide us along political or ethnic lines. The effects of corruption are not confined to one part of the country. They are felt all over the country. But there are lessons to draw from our successes. Many are impressed with the way the ministry of education handled the KCPE exam. The same efforts should be used in fighting corruption. The diligence applied here will help in the war on graft.
DAVID SONYE Rarieda