Ndung'u Report
The process and finding of this inquiry have disclosed the fact that the illegal allocation of the public land is one of the most pronounced manifestations of corruption and moral decadence in our society. It has demonstrated the loss of public responsibility for present and future generations by those entrusted with powers. The memoranda received from the people by this Commission leave no doubt that they expect nothing short of the restoration of their land. Political statements made against this commission during the inquiry on the other hand demonstrate the lack of shame on the part of those who may have benefited from the plunder of public resources. Such people would go to any lengths to protect their ill-gotten property. At the end of the day, the challenge lies with the Government to summon all its political will and might so as to implement the recommendations made in this Report. Only that way, will impunity be stamped out of our society.
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