Mutua wants effects of corruption taught in schools

Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has said the effects of corruption should be incorporated in the education curriculum so as to sustain the war against graft.

 Mutua who is also the Maendeleo Chap Chap party leader told the church to reject contributions from those suspected to be engaging in the vice.
 He was speaking during the Kenya secondary school heads association annual conference in Mombasa where he said teachers were also justified for demanding for a pay rise as the cost of living had shot up astronomically.
He however observed that the solution was to end corruption, boost economy  growth and bring down the cost of living as opposed to perrenial increase of salaries of public servants.
Mutua who has declared his intention to run for president in 2022 said the rich few were living fabulously while the majority were grappling with poverty and squalor as sleaze in high places has ruined the economy.