Investors feel the pain of new war on impunity - 6 months ago, 18 Aug 00:28
For a country yearning for real change, the ongoing war against impunity and corruption comes at a huge cost that few would have expected.
Like a doctor prescribing a cocktail of drugs that shocks your system as it triggers your body to fight an infection, the battle is affecting not just the hitherto untouchable elite but hundreds of Kenyans caught in between fighting to stay afloat.
It is impossible to know where the war ignited by the leaking of a second NYS scandal in May will head next.
In just three months, however, the war against graft has targeted at least five parastatals before turning on buildings constructed on illegal sites.
In Nairobi, small scale businesses like vegetable vending, roadside kiosks and second hand clothes shops are giving way as the Regeneration Committee demolishes illegal structures.
Mutindwa market famous for second hand clothes is now a memory, the decades old garages at Globe ...
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