The Kenya National Congress party presidential aspirant has criticised his fellow MPs for diluting the Leadership and Integrity Bill for their own survival.
Mr Peter Kenneth speaking after a service at the Jesus Celebration Centre in Mombasa, said he was opposed to the watering down of the bill by his fellow legislators.
Mr Kenneth asked the lawmakers not to implement the Constitution in piecemeal but fully, without considering their personal interests.
“The Constitution should not be applied to favour a few individuals in power but all Kenyans regardless of their political affiliation or status,” he said.
Set leadership standards
The Gatanga MP who was accompanied by a Mombasa governorship aspirant, Mr Tendai Mtana, said it was necessary for standards to be set in the choice of leaders saying that all leaders should be subjected to rigorous vetting without fail.
He asked the MPs to join him and fight for the full implementation of Chapter Six.
“Let everyone be subjected to the Integrity Bill if they are vying for leadership position,” he said.