The two state agencies will work together in stepping up the fight against graft that recently President Uhuru Kenyatta named as a national security threat.
KRA and the government spy arm have teamed up other graft fighting agencies. The spy arm is expected to bring it expertise in unmasking graft suspects, increase sharing information on suspects to enable build stronger cases.
The KRA and NIS team will now work hand in hand with the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to bring graft perpetrators to justice.
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