President Uhuru Kenyatta has tightened the belt on war against corruption and impunity.
He has said the fight is expected to be tougher regardless costing him friends and allies over the recent past.
Speaking at Faith Evangelic Ministry Church in Karen during Sunday service, Kenyatta said he will not relent in the ongoing crackdown to restore illegally gabbed or acquired public property.
“Over the last few weeks i have lost a lot of friends, i have received a lot of calls saying, How can you watch all the destruction gong on, why don’t you stop all this destruction? I say a time has come we must fight impunity,” He said.
“For this Country to succeed we must fight corruption because it is one of those forces preventing us from achieving our dreams,” He added.
This tough warning ha come few days after South End Mall, Ukay Mall, Shell petroleum station and a Java restaurant were demolished for being structured on Riparian land.
Last week the president stood firm to not only bring down structures but also go after public officers who approved the illegal construction.