By Gordon Opiyo via Facebook
Lessons From Matatu Industry On Efficient Corruption: Now that some 2.2 trillion shillings have been allocated for use in 2015/2016 Fiscal Year- it is better to be truthful to each other- and allocate a portion of the budget to pay all corrupt leaders, MPs, brokers, suppliers of Air etc.
Then allow the rest of the money to work directly for Kenyans.
You see, Matatu Operators learnt this principle long time ago. In order not to waste time on the road- they allocate a portion of their daily earnings to the Police. In so doing, they avoid unnecessary delay and trouble with the Police.
Those that pretend to be Kichwa Ngumu see real fire and are usually driven out of business
If the same principle is used in the budget process- I believe service delivery will improve and be more transparent. This is due to the fact that the corrupt will not waste time going round circles looking for ways to eat.
The rejection of Dr Monica Juma was just a confirmation that Corruption is officially a Kenyan Culture and Practise. The MPs rejected her because she wrote a letter telling them that she has no time for being corrupt. Several other Top Civil Servants that refuse to play ball face similar fates every day
Drop a comment if you agree, this is a massive budget and minister knows about 40% is embezzled via corruption>>