Maize corruption scandal angers Kenya farmers

Kenya farmers accuse government officials of buying millions of dollars worth of crops from Uganda and Mexico, leaving domestic producers unable to sell their harvest.

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    In Kenya, a series of multimillion-dollar scandals have left farmers struggling.

    The United Nations says the continent loses $148bn a year in dishonest dealings.

    African Union leaders are meeting in Mauritania and fighting corruption is top of the agenda.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Moiben, western Kenya.


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