Fight against Corruption in Kenya Intensifies;Kenya Working Towards a Corruption Free Country

The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the Kenya National Assembly, chaired by Budalangi Member of Parliament Ababu Namwamba was on Tuesday disbanded over graft claims in the recent intensified fight against corruption in Kenya.

The move by Kenya’s House Assembly to scrape off members of PAC team comes at a time when the country is facing major challenges in boosting its economic stability amidst several claims of corruption.

The team which faced the axe on Tuesday makes history in Kenya’s Parliament as the first committee to be sent home after thorough investigations on claims of corruption.

East Africa Economic Giant, Kenya, On the Rise

Kenya’s economic stability which is currently on a steady rise has been a major concern for both local and international investors due to the rise in insecurity, corruption and political instability thus the intensified fight against corruption.

President Kenyatta however recently reaffirmed the nation that his government was working tirelessly to ensure that the three key allegations are worked fixed on the intensified against corruption in Kenya.

Kenya, the East African economy backbone has experienced massive support both locally and internationally in ensuring that it sustains its glory economically and as a hub for investors.

The war on terror and the fight against corruption go hand in hand. These two “enemises” which are currently being dealt with in Kenya has helped the Tourism sector to thrive once again following a big hit when the Coastal region was affected by terror attacks.

Other economic sectors like agriculture, petroleum consumption and mining are equally stabilizing under a close watch by the government.

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