Corruption

It’s Our Turn to Eat, The Story of a Kenyan Whistle-Blower by Michela Wrong published in 2009. Corruption seems to be endemic in much of the third world; Kenya is no different. However, when Mwai Kibaki was elected president in 2002, he authorized John Githongo to expose and root out corruption. Githongo did so until he stepped on too many toes in the ruling party and its allies.

This book is practically a how-to book on corruption and money laundering. It is amazing how it matches up with the Trump-Russia information now being exposed by Rachel Maddow and others. Trump stated during the campaign that he could not be elected if he released his tax returns. Either the tax returns are released at one time or the information will be exposed piece by piece. The dollar amounts are breathtaking.

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