The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops is calling for a thorough investigation into the allegations that some legislators were bribed so as to shoot down the report on the sugar scandal.
Speaking in Nairobi on Friday, the bishops said that those found culpable ought to resign and be prosecuted as they have sold the rights of the Kenyans who elected them to profiteers.
The Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops wants tough action taken on legislators who ganged up to defeat the sugar report.
The Bishops saying legislators should be allowed to mortgage the Kenyan souls to profiteers seeking quick gains at the expense of the health of nation.
They said legislators have been elevated to an advantaged position to serve the country and they must do with humility and not for selfish interests.
The bishops hailing the president for waging war on impunity urging Kenyans to support the head of state in eradicating the vice that has robbed resources from poor Kenyan in need of services.
A position supported by a Kenyans and leaders who want the Director of Criminal Investigations to take over the sugar saga and prosecute legislators who were bribed to shoot down the report and the financers of the evil scheme.