President Uhuru Kenyatta has been put on spot for allegedly abetting voter bribery in his re-election campaigns.
Opposition leaders and lobby groups have protested that the Jubilee team is using state resources to campaign for their re-election in August.
They argue that President Uhuru’s recent actions amount to voter bribery.
The Law Society of Kenya censured two government officials and called for their prosecution even as the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) protested that Uhuru is using state resources in his vote hunt initiatives.
The accused state officers include Energy PS Joseph Njoroge and Kenya evenue Authority (KRA) boss John Njiraini.
ANC party leader and NASA co-principal Musalia Mudavadi took issue with state officers taking part in Jubilee’s political activities.
He said: “When the head of government’s chief revenue collection agency KRA is a direct donor of taxpayers’ money to a political party, then the National Treasury and the economy is in jeopardy.”