Kenya continues to rank poorly in Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index launched today by the global Transparency International movement.
Despite the fact that bribery remains high in Kenya, only seven in 100 Kenyans will report or complain if they encountered bribery, according to the East African Bribery Index 2013.
The Constitution Provides that at least 15% of the revenue raised nationally to be allocated to county governments and an additional 0.5% as the equalisation fund. The sharing formula for the 15% county allocation which is a total of 210 billion in the 2013/2014 financial year.
Corruption can be found at all levels of our education systems, undermining the right to education
Three in five Kenyans believe that corruption is a problem in the public sector in the country, according to the findings of the Kenyan findings of the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) conducted by Transparency International Kenya.
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