Kenyans Have Had it With Corruption, Threaten to Demonstrate

Kenyans have expressed their frustrations at the perception that corruption has become an accepted way of life in the country and that those who squander the opportunity to loot public funds are viewed as failures. The media has been awash with stories of graft scandals involving the National Youth Service, Youth Enterprise Development Fund and National Cereals and Produce Board over alleged misuse of public funds, hoarding of subsidised fertiliser and frustration of farmers who supply maize to the government.

This image taken on October 28, 2016 shows a banner outside the Ministry of Health warning against corruption.


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