The director of public prosecutions Keriako Tobiko has a problem that is not so uncommon with similar agencies. He has no money to hire the staff he needs to establish a presence in every county as required by law.
This announcement comes just days after the private sector representatives met President
The concern here is that
Protection of investors effectively needs an efficient judicial system that is capable of nailing criminals and speedily resolving commercial disputes.
The latter won't happen unless the DPP has the personnel he needs to do the job. The Treasury says it has no funds to allocate to this office.
The Auditor General's office faces a similar challenge.
If our goal is to improve the delivery of services, then money must be found for these tasks.
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