British Airways came into being in after the signing of the Civil Aviation Act.
He has held various cabinet posts and elected positions and served as prime minister from to Longtime leader of a string of opposition parties, he was first elected a member of Parliament in and served as Minister of Energy from to and as Minister of Roads, Public Works, and Housing from to BU Today spoke with the former prime minister at his Bay State Road office about the challenges faced by his nation and the region.
What are the biggest challenges your nation is currently facing? Kenya is facing serious challenges, especially today—one: The government has introduced taxation that increases the prices of basic commodities.
There is also the cost of transport, and the high cost of rent for housing, the costs of energy, electricity, and so on. So all this is translated to a very high cost of living. Another very big issue is security. There are a lot of terrorist attacks in Kenya—grenades and bombs, robberies, and ethnic clashes.
And finally, there is the problem of corruption. That is a very major challenge.
Why is corruption so endemic? What we know is that systemic corruption is very difficult to fight. You have to strengthen the institutions able to fight systemic corruption. People take refuge in coalition defenses, in passing the blame. Is the newly established Supreme Court above corruption in Kenya?
I think the judiciary is facing major challenges. We started with the process of judicial reform, which is as yet incomplete. We had a task force set up to vet the judges and also the staff of the judiciary. Some judges and magistrates have been vetted, but not all.
The highest court was a court of appeals. The new constitution, approved inestablished a Supreme Court of seven judges, headed by the chief justice, who is also the head of the judiciary generally.
There is an independent commission which deals with hiring and promotion and firing of the staff on the judiciary.facing education system arising from new needs and expectations. The findings show government has proposed development of a new education policy and legal framework to .
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