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THE CUTTING EDGE - 7 months ago, 12 July 00:49

NAME AND SHAME: The government should name and shame all those who looted public funds and stashed away the money in some Swiss banks, says Richard Kihara, in response to the good news that what has been recovered will soon be repatriated. The public disclosure, Richard adds, should reveal the name of the thief, the amount of money stolen, the date when it was stolen and banked and from which project or ministry. “Only then can we be certain that stealing will be abhorred and some hard lessons learnt.” His contact is [email protected]

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HOT AIR PORTAL: Although the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has lately been insisting that all the transactions, including the change of ownership of motor vehicles, must be done online through its portal, George Kirethi says he tried it and was quite disappointed to note that it’s just not possible. Says he: “Would you, ...
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