The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Companies Not Creating Jobs for Kenyans

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Corruption report box in Kenya.

Unemployed Kenyans are facing a lot of challenges when looking for jobs. A World Bank report says job seekers face sexual harassment, bribery, nepotism and tribalism. The report also says companies are not creating jobs since they have to pay bribes to public officers as well as high costs emanating from electricity and transportation.

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