Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has weighed in on the ongoing war on corruption being waged by the President Uhuru Kenyatta administration.
Speaking on Sunday on the 'Punchline' programme hosted by renowned presenter Anne Kiguta, Kabogo appeared to give the war on graft a clean bill of health, saying that he thinks that it is a genuine one.
He, however, called on the head of state to make a case to Kenyans that his war on corruption is not targeted at a particular political group but one that is a sincere effort.
"Let the President prove that the war on corruption is not partisan. I think the war on corruption is a genuine one, " the former governor mused.
William Kabogo's intervention comes amid a spirited war on graft that has seen high profile individuals targeted, the latest victim being former Kiambu governor Ferdinand Waititu who was impeached over corruption.
Governors Mike Sonko of Nairobi and Moses Lenolkulal are also facing corruption charges in courts of law and have been ordered not to step in their offices until their cases are heard and determined.
Former Treasury cabinet secretary Henry Rotich was forced to step aside after the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) came knocking.