By the early 1990s, Western executives f…

Posted on January 13, 2010


By the early 1990s, Western executives flying in with plans to invest in Kenya quickly realized that their companies would never thrive in the country’s supposedly free-market environment unless a slice of equity was discreetly handed over to a firm owned by a Moi relative, trusted henchman or favored minister.

IT’S OUR TIME TO EAT, The story of a Kenyan Whistle Blower by Michela Strong

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