Panic in private sector as DPP NOORDIN HAJI vows to go for the top CEOs for defrauding Kenyans of billions and covering up

Friday October 19, 2018-Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Noordin Haji, has decried rampant corruption in the private sector, exposing the CEOs over what he termed as unchecked graft.

Speaking during the second edition of the Corporate Governance Alumni Summit, Haji outlined that the private sector players had coined a new disguise for the bribes they offer especially when gunning for the lucrative Government tenders.

"The private sector has been burying its head in the sand even when it knows that it is the biggest problem in this.”

“We must be frank with each other about these things.”

"The private sector has continued to perpetuate corruption in Government offices by including the 10 per cent ‘tip’ in tenders, kickbacks and proceeds to supply ‘air' to state agencies," DPP Haji exposed.

However, Haji vowed to begin a crackdown on those in the private sector who are involved in corruption.

The Kenyan DAILY POST

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