WATCH: Kenya dubbed 'homeland of the bribe'
13 April 2016, 14:23
Nairobi – A 10 minute video which aired on Monday describing rampant corruption in Kenya has attracted international attention coining Kenya as the ‘homeland of the bribe’.
According to The Star the video describes corruption across the board from institutions to sports and banks.
The ‘Inside Kenya’ miniseries shows athlete Hillary Kiplimo describing how their earnings were taken away.
Using the example of the Shs354 000 that was stolen despite winning a medal.
Furthermore the police, judiciary and Lands Ministry are seen as the most corrupt.
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Activist Boniface Mwangi told foreign correspondent with Aljazeera Television Network, Nick Schiprin that Eurobond scandal was mortgaging the futures of the nations children.
However the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission have defended that statement saying that there is no clear indication that a portion of the Sh250 billion was stolen.
Watch the mini series here:
According to a news report a survey by the Kenyan government's anti-corruption watchdog shows that half of the citizens believe corruption has increased under President Uhuru Kenyatta's administration.
According to the survey released by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission Tuesday, 74 percent of the population believes the level of corruption is high.