Monday, June 26, 2006

And you thought we had it bad

A report from BBC today revealed that Kenya has again topped itself in the worldwide corruption stakes.

Three senior Kenyan government ministers have resigned over corruption claims in the past few months. Last week, another corruption scandal involving a bank and millions of dollars of missing taxes dominated the headlines.

And now the head of the Kenyan office of a global anti-corruption watchdog has been sacked over allegations of financial and other irregularities.

It's bad when the watchers themselves are carried away in handcuffs.

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