Tainted poll aspirants should not be given a chance to lead Kenyans

It is purely acceptable for the Law Society of Kenya to take to court those leaders who fail the integrity test.This is because just like any suspected criminal, they have to face the law.

Secondly, if LSK bars such people from vying for public office, we will remain with a clean crop of leaders.

Again LSK will  be acting soberly if they asked members of the public to name aspirants who have failed the integrity test.This is built on the fact that such people have the capacity to manipulate the Leadership and Integrity Bill to their own advantage.

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