KEPSA urges stiffer penalties for Corruption

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Corruption, unfavorable tax measures and bureaucracy within the public sector are factors suffocating Kenya’s economic growth. This is according to the Kenya Private Sector Alliance, which believes these factors are also impediments to Kenya’s quest to attract foreign direct investment and growing tax revenue. As Juney Karisa reports, while KEPSA underlines the need for concerted efforts in the war against corruption and other economic crimes that hinder Kenya’s long-term economic growth.

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