Why graft cases are still on rise

The war on corruption requires all stakeholders to take part

In Summary
  • For Kenya to deal a blow to corruption, mechanisms for generating and redistributing national wealth must be inclusive.
  • Kenyans still hell-bent on engaging in corruption will stop on their tracks when they begin to see those already facing corruption-related charges convicted.

It has not come as a surprise that corruption cases in Kenya are on the increase. After all, efforts to tame the vice has remained a preserve of the national government, with not much being done to ...

This article is free to read if you register or sign in.

Simply register at no cost and sign in below to proceed.

Opera Mini does not support this functionality with EXTREME Data savings turned ON. Please disable.

If you have already registered or subscribed, please sign in to continue.

Questions or problems? Email [email protected] or call 0711 046 000.