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How Not to Fight Corruption (The Kikuyu Conundrum)

Kenya’s elite is founded primarily on corruption and conflict of interest. In Kenya, a sort of consensus has held sway among the elite since independence: during his tenure, the president’s tribe “eats” more than the others while they await their turn. The tribe “in power”—even if not in office—has the greatest access to economic opportunity and justice. From the article “The Tribesman’s Dread Of Fighting Corruption – A Kikuyu Conundrum” written by John Githongo. Read Article