06 Aug

Kenyan public leadership is responsible for the failure to address the nation’s corruption issues right?
Kenyan government spokesperson Alfred Mutua admitted that corruption is a major problem and said that the government must re-evaluate its strategy for addressing the issue. Our country, as we have said in the past, really really faces an upward challenge when it comes to the fight against corruption. We need to look at the strategy we’ve been undertaking in the fight against corruption,
The nations’ judiciaries is ranked poorly across the East Africa – listing as the second worst public institution in Tanzania, third worst in Kenya, and sixth worst in Uganda. Kenyans reported that a bribe was solicited in 85 percent of their attempts to access either police or judicial services.
Poor economic conditions connected with the global economic downtown are thought to be contributing to the prevalence of corruption as both lower government officials and those seeking jobs face increasing hardship.
The Kenyan police force has held the top position as the nation’s most corrupt institution since 2002.

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Posted by on August 6, 2009 in Uncategorized


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