Corruption cases have been common in Kenya. It is like an order of the day: It is being practised daily and in all sectors across the country. Corruption has been a big enemy to the development in the country.
It is almost a year since the exposure of the 7.8 billion KEMSA procurement scandal which elicited public outcry. The scandal showed how the government have been handling big corruption cases. It also showed how government officials have covered in scandalous times.
President Uhuru Kenyatta took action and overhauled the KEMSA Board of Directors but that was not enough. Instead being held account for what happened, others were taken to other boards.
The International Monetary Fund have issued a notice of upto tommorow 0000hrs for the list of the people who were involved with the KEMSA procurement scandal. IMF is interested in the list because it has been a financial supporter of Kenya.
All eyes are now on EACC , Director of Criminal Investigation and the government to see whether the list will be out or not. It is possible for the list to be exposed to the public but the list makers have directly or indirectly involved in the scandal.
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