The fight against Graft

The war against graft seems to be an uphill task for every Kenyan regime. According to Transparency.org, “In the last 12 months 67% of Kenyans stated that they felt the rate of corruption had increased and 45% of them had paid bribes while using Public services.” Painting the picture that corruption is truly a reality in Kenya not a myth. It is more localised than we admit!

The recent drop of graft cases by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, raised more eyebrows amongst Kenyans. Fred Njiri is joined with Dr Michael Musango and Senior Advocate Denis Onyango to analyse the matter. In the Crosstalk podcast below;

The war against graft seems to be an uphill task for every Kenyan regime. According to Transparency.org, “In the last 12 months 67% of Kenyans stated that they felt the rate of corruption had increased and 45% of them had paid bribes while using Public services.” Painting the picture that corruption is truly a reality in Kenya not a myth. It is more localised than we admit!

The recent drop of graft cases by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, raised more eyebrows amongst Kenyans. Fred Njiri is joined with Dr Michael Musango and Senior Advocate Denis Onyango to analyse the matter. In the Crosstalk podcast below;

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