Kenyan buyers cleared after anti-corruption vetting

posted by Alex Daniel
23 August 2018

Four hundred procurement and accounting officials in Kenya have been cleared to return to work after a round of government vetting against corruption.

The vetting was ordered by president Uhuru Kenyatta in June and he said it would include polygraph lie detector tests. The move came after dozens of officials and business people were detained for alleged theft of public funds in May.

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