Policy Brief No. 02 of 2022-2023 on Efficacy of Anti-Corruption Institutional Structure in Kenya
Ngugi, Rose, Musili, Beverly & Lutta, Paul
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ByNgugi, Rose, Musili, Beverly & Lutta, Paul
Anti-Corruption; Detection, Deterrence and Prevention of Corruption; Prosecution and Legal Proceedings; Civic Education; laws and Regulations
PublisherThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)
SeriesPolicy Brief;No. 02/2022-2023
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