It's Our Turn to Eat

It's Our Turn to Eat

The Story of A Kenyan Whistle-blower

Book - 2010
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Documents how Kenya was viewed as a model of democracy after the 2003 election of president Mwai Kibaki before the flight of reformer John Githongo two years later upon his discovery of government corruption.
Publisher: New York : Harper Perennial, 2010, ©2009
Edition: 1st Harper Perennial ed
ISBN: 9780061346590
0061346594
Branch Call Number: 320.96762 W957i 2016
Characteristics: xiv, 354 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: It is our turn to eat

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In 2003 John Githongo holds the title of anti-corruption czar- and is a respected member of the newly and democratically elected government in Kenya. After discovering that the administration he is a part of is funneling money to supporters and tribal members, he is expected to play along. Inst... Read More »


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Sep 04, 2012

A must-read for anyone interested in Kenyan politics or planning to travel to Kenya. This book is very enlightening about the history behind many of the conflicts and grudges still bubbling on the surface of daily life in this country.

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