Public procurement has too often become “one of the most scandalous elements of public service”, a veteran anti-corruption campaigner has warned.
John Githongo, former permanent secretary for ethics and governance in the office of the Kenyan president, said there was a “widespread perception that the majority of public procurement is particularly prone to corruption”.
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