Fri. Apr 19th, 2019

Anti-graft war gets boost as UK to return crime proceeds

UK Prime Minister Teresa May inspecting a guard of honor at State house Nairobi during her official visit, 30/08/2018. Photo/Monicah Mwangi
He said corruption must be made painful and less rewarding as a deterrent measure. Uhuru said he is looking forward to more investment from traditional and new partners.
“We are not going out there with a begging bowl, but to partner with those who are willing to come along with us,” he said.
The Head of State said Kenya firmly believes in multilateral business dealings with all parties across the globe.
“Kenya has an attractive business and trade environment for both local and foreign investments,” Uhuru said.
He thanked the UK for accepting to participate in the Blue Economy Conference scheduled for November by committing to contribute about Sh35 million. The event will be in Nairobi.
He said corruption must be made painful and less rewarding as a deterrent measure. Uhuru said he is looking forward to more investment from traditional and new partners.
“We are not going out there with a begging bowl, but to partner with those who are willing to come along with us,” he said.
The Head of State said Kenya firmly believes in multilateral business dealings with all parties across the globe.
“Kenya has an attractive business and trade environment for both local and foreign investments,” Uhuru said.
He thanked the UK for accepting to participate in the Blue Economy Conference scheduled for November by committing to contribute about Sh35 million. The event will be in Nairobi.
Via The Star