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Kenya: WikiLeaks publishes report on corruption in Kenya

Mental Acrobatics breaks the news: “Earlier today part of the Kroll report on corruption in Kenya was leaked to the whistler blowers’ site WikiLeaks.”

3 comments

  • isaac muchanji

    The Kibaki administration has failed us in more ways that none of us ever imagined.We voted them in on two strong grounds; the new constitution and the rooting out of corruption but then, this is a dream miles away from fruition.The assets stowed away cant be recovered by a goverment enjoying the support of the former president who was at the helm of the evils.We need prayers if not a dictator or else ours is a dead country where those who come into power will continue enriching themselves at our expense, the true wealth owners in Kenya.

  • George Odera

    Well, since President Kibaki wants to be re-elected i think he should came up and tell us how long he will deliver a new consititution this time, after not being able to do it in 5 years. Saying that he has done a good job is not good enough, that was his responsiblity.

  • Ken Korir

    Who would believe that Kibaki and Moi would go to bed 5 years down the road. This goes to say that these politicians are same corrupt individuals interested only in their survival, wanjiku is the old stupid Kenyan who would never see the difference between the sheep and the wolf.
    Kenya’s saviour is in Raila, Please vote him in

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