President Uhuru Kenyatta is committed in the war against graft, State House Spokesperson Kanze Dena has said.
Speaking on Wednesday morning during an interview on Sauti ya Mwananchi Radio in Nakuru County, Dena said that President Uhuru is using the multi-agency approach to fight corruption in the government because it has become a threat to the Big Four Agenda.
According to Dena, Uhuru, who is completing his second and final term in power, believes that he will not meet his expectations if he tolerates the corrupt officials in his government.
She noted that the government has been losing billions through corruption, adding that Uhuru is no longer ready to take it lying low.
"Corruption is, without doubt, a threat to the achievement of the #Big4Agenda programmes. This is the reason the government, using the multi-agency approach, is steadfast in the fight against corruption and economic crimes," Kanze Dena said.
She also said that the Head of State has good plans for the youths, adding that Uhuru has put in place measures to ensure jobless youths have something to enable them to sustain themselves.
"In as much as the government is making every effort to address the needs of the youth especially in the creation of employment, the challenge is also for young Kenyans to responsibly leverage on available opportunities to better their fortunes," she added.