Europeans Delay Aid to Kenya over Corruption Fears The European Union has suspended $50 million in development aid to Kenya, citing concerns over misappropriated funds. Nearly two years ago, Kenyan voters ousted long-ruling Daniel Arap Moi, in part because of his corrupt government. But 19 months into the rule of President Mwai Kibaki, corruption remains an issue. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.
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Europeans Delay Aid to Kenya over Corruption Fears

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Europeans Delay Aid to Kenya over Corruption Fears

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The European Union has suspended $50 million in development aid to Kenya, citing concerns over misappropriated funds. Nearly two years ago, Kenyan voters ousted long-ruling Daniel Arap Moi, in part because of his corrupt government. But 19 months into the rule of President Mwai Kibaki, corruption remains an issue. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports.