Kenya Kwanza coalition senior counsel Ahmednasir Abdulahi has come out to react after the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank asked the Kenyan government to spy on the accounts of ministers and judges as one of the ways to limit corruption activities among government workers. This is part of the deal that the Kenyan government made with the two money lending entities if they wish to continue getting monetary aid.
Ahmednasir has however disagreed with this request by the IMF and World Bank saying they were taking over the functions of moribund institutions in Kenya. The lawyer termed this as a sad thing since Kenya should not be controlled by outside institutions.
"Looks like when it comes to anti-corruption and good governance matters, the IMF and World Bank have now taken over the functions of critical but moribund institutions in Kenya...SAD!" Ahmednasir said.
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