Kenya: A Country So Corrupt That A President Asking For a Bribe is Believable

If Kenya is at a point where a 'fake president' will call a top businessman, ask for money, and get paid, then it's worse than we thought. If Nairobi businessmen associate the highest position on the land to be one with hands you can grease, we are losing it.

In a shocking twist,  the recent revelation that a gang of conniving Kenyans ran a well oiled conning machine has actually excited Kenyans.

That it's possible to bamboozle and fool the ones with the deep pockets ceases to be just urban legend and myth.

It is real.

Millions of money wired in the name of the King.

So who will save us, because the sad part is that it has become normal to associate the top office with corruption.

Businessmen are corrupt.

Politicians are corrupt.

Government officials are corrupt.

Kenyans are slowly getting numb to all this mayhem. Meanwhile, those in the privileged positions continue to loot, plunder and steal.

Note: The photo used herein is of Mobutu Sese Seko Kuku Ngbendu Wa Za Banga born Joseph-Désiré Mobutu; 14 October 1930 – 7 September 1997). Africa's all time king of corruption and exploitation.

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