Kenya Fights Corruption

29 08 2008

Addressing a public forum on fighting graft in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, Mr Githongo said economic crimes must be resolved quickly and transparently reports the BBC. 

Mr Githongo, who has been in self-imposed exile for three years, is on his first visit back to the country.

Prime Minister Raila Odinga welcomed Mr Githongo home, saying Kenya needed to deal with its past transparently.

Mr Githongo fled to the UK in 2005 saying he feared for his life, after accusing senior members of the government of “massive looting”.

As the government’s permanent secretary for ethics and governance, he exposed the notorious Anglo-Leasing scandal, which forced the resignation of several ministers.

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One response

18 09 2008

In the country kenya will never end corruption , since the endpendece kenya is supposed to be as the scandenevian and other urepian countries but b/c corruption and selfishnes of the governors starting Kenyat ,Moi and even the current pressident Mwai Kibaki who corrupted the votes of ellection recent
past . this corruption is dividing the people in trips ;leaders need their tripe so that they corrut together .

God save us from kenyas problem amen

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