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Five Years On - How effective is the KACC in the fight against corruption
Kenya achieved a low score of 2.2 on the TI Corruption Perception Index (CPI) conducted in 2009.The CPI Ranks Kenya at 36 compared to Uganda’s CPI score of 27 and 25 for Tanzania. Kenya now ranks with Zimbabwe and Sierra Leone and well below Nigeria.
The East Africa Bribery Index (EABI), conducted between April 16th and May 15th 2009 by Transparency International (TI) Kenya, indicates that Kenya has the highest incidence of corruption at 45 percent while the level of corruption in Uganda is 34 percent. According to the index, Tanzania is the least corrupt country in East Africa with a corruption incidence of 17.8 percent.
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