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Kenya hit by $200 million school laptop procurement controversy

Michael Malakata | Jan. 27, 2014
Following similar controversies in Zambia and Zimbabwe, Kenya has been hit by procurement scandal that has cast a shadow on country's roll-out of its school laptop project, valued at more than US$200 million.

In Zimbabwe, a controversy on how a tender for the supply of communication equipment was awarded to a foreign company has ended up in court after a local company accused officials from the country's procurement authority of corruption in the manner they awarded the tender.

 

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