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Transparency news 17th april

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Kenya Today: Robert Mugabe says Nigeria and Kenya are CORRUPTION Champions in the World

Nigeria has summoned Zimbabwe’s envoy over remarks President Robert Mugabe made about corruption, state media say. Mr Mugabe reportedly said last month that Zimbabweans were becoming "like Nigeria or Kenyans" when it came to corruption. Nigeria summoned Zimbabwe’s...

Standard: Governor accused of denying mining company licence

Residents of diatomite-rich areas in East Pokot, Baringo County want the county government to allow a Chinese investor to commence mining activities in the are

Capital News: Anti-corruption judges to rule on Senegal ex-president’s son

DAKAR, April 16- Judges in Senegal were deliberating Wednesday on the fate of former president Abdoulaye Wade’s son Karim, detained for a year on corruption charges after accumulating a fortune worth more than $1 billion. The anti corruption court in Dakar is expected to announce on Thursday..

Standard: TSC and Knut in new clash over teachers' promotions

Teachers in the country are embroiled in a new tussle with their employer, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) over promotions for 50,000 members

Standard: Geothermal boss on spot over Sh1.9b

The High Court has given a chief executive officer of a parastatal 15 days to respond to accusations of awarding a Sh1.9 billion tender irregularly to a Chinese firm.

 

The Star: Magistrate refers forgery case back to the High Court for interpretation

A magistrate yesterday referred a case against a businessman facing forgery charges back to the High Court. Senior principal magistrate Joseph Karanja said the High Court should interpret the orders issued after opposing parties gave different interpretations. Karanja...

The People: I was under pressure to sack executives, admits Akaranga

By ENOCK AMUKHALE Vihiga Governor Moses Akaranga has revealed that he sacked four county executives following immense pressure from the Assembly. Akaranga who handed dismissal letters to the four said he had no options but to send them home. He had earlier castigated.

The People: Kioni tells off Sakaja on poll fraud claims

By JAMES MURIMI @Jamesmurymy Democratic Party (DP) Nyeri branch chairman Esau Kioni has rubbished claims by TNA chairman Johnson Sakaja and some party MPs that DP is not an affiliate party of the Jubilee. He told the MPs to stop spreading propaganda over the campaign..

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