Kenya’s top prosecutor says anti-graft body’s evidence too weak to prosecute | Top News


NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenya’s public prosecutor said on Wednesday several recent investigations by the national anti-graft agency into alleged corruption by officials had gaps and lacked strong evidence, forcing him to return the cases to the agency for further work.

Noordin Mohamed Haji’s remarks to the Kenyan Senate in a hearing highlighted the challenge facing the East African government in its renewed push to tackle graft through prosecution.

Though there are several government agencies working on various aspects of the effort to investigate and prosecute the looting of public…



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