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Kenya education official sentenced to jail for graft
Posted on Tuesday, March 20, 2012 @ 22:37:24 CDT by kwpnews


NAIROBI,  (Reuters) - A Kenyan judge sentenced a senior education official to three years in jail for stealing funds and false accounting, Kenya's main anti-corruption body said on Tuesday in what was a minor victory against endemic corruption in the East African nation.

In court, Kenya's Ethics and anti-Corruption Commission said Enos Magwa, who served as a deputy director for education was convicted of stealing 1.3 million shillings and false accounting of 1.9 million shillings in 2008.

Magwa was sentenced to three years in jail and fined 3.6 million shillings. Failure to pay the fine could result in an additional two years in prison, the commission said.

Kenya's education sector has been wracked by allegations of graft for years. In 2006, the World Bank approved a delayed $80 million loan to support the education sector, following stepped-up measures to guard against corruption and ensure resources were properly used.

A 2010 report by Transparency International-Kenya showed that 97 percent of Kenyans viewed corruption as a major vice in the country, east Africa's largest economy.

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