(July 6, 2005) The Kenyan government’s failure to make its records public denies debt campaigners the moral energy to effectively campaign for the cancellation of debts presumed to be illegitimate and odious, the Kenya Debt Relief Network says.
(June 27, 2005) Debt relief campaigners call on the government of Kenya to make public the steps it has taken to lobby for debt cancellation and to justify the burden it continues to put on its citizenry by servicing these debts.
(June 13, 2005) Kenyan MP Paul Muite called on Kenyan leaders to stop whining about the debt waiver initiated by Britain and suspend payment of Kenya’s debt for five years instead and redeploy the money to needy sectors such as education, health and infrastructure.
(April 30, 2005) Endemic corruption: Kenyan MPs earn $8,000 a month, still want a raise.
(April 13, 2005) The government of Kenya has once again come under fire over corruption which donors say is stifling efforts to implement reforms outlined in the country’s Economic Recovery Strategy.
(April 2, 2005) At a signing ceremony this week authorizing $12.5 million Canadian dollars in aid to Kenya, the Canadian government warned Kenya that foreign donors were losing interest due to allegations of massive corruption.
(April 1, 2005) The government of Kenya said it would prove its "corruption-free record" at a crucial meeting with key donors in two weeks.
(April 1, 2005) Canada warned yesterday that foreign donors are losing interest in helping Kenya due to mounting allegations of massive government corruption in the east African country.
(March 31, 2005) The Canadian government warned Kenya on Thursday it faced an uphill task in persuading donors to pledge aid at a meeting next month because of concerns over high-level "grand corruption".
(March 19, 2005) Ridiculous though it sounds, Nigeria merits some debt relief.
(March 3, 2005) We spend millions – multiples of healthcare costs servicing debts while our sick languish at home with bare cupboards, dirty drinking water and no medicine. And yet, we are the norm.
(February 23, 2005) Relations between Britain and Kenya plunged to their lowest point in decades yesterday after a senior minister in President Mwai Kibaki’s government threatened to arrest the British high commissioner on charges of theft and corruption.
(February 18, 2005) Once again Canada has found cause to wag its diplomatic finger at Africa, this time shaking a despairing head over Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki and his government’s failure to stamp out corruption.
(February 17, 2005) Kenya’s President Mwai Kibaki is said to have taken to his bed in despair, finding solace, according to a cabinet colleague, "only in the works of P.G. Wodehouse."
(February 16, 2005) Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki shuffled his cabinet on Monday, just days after western donors had urged his government to act on reports of corruption and bad governance.