John Githongo: “Wheels Come Off Kenya’s Embedded Corruption Networks”

From today’s East African, “As thieves fall out, wheels come off Kenya’s embedded corruption networks”:  a must read about the turmoil being caused by the current political environment in which recent scandals are coming much more quickly to light and senior civil servants suspended.

In the meantime, the Business Daily reports “Hidden files expose rot at Lands ministry”, with 12,000 supposedly missing files discovered stashed in the offices of senior civil servants, with another 30,000 still unaccounted for.

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