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 ...

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