Missing millions threaten Kenya education

Plan for free childrens' education at risk after $50m is found missing from ministry.


    The Kenyan government's promise in 2002 to provide all its children with free primary education made the country the envy of many in the developing world.

    But now the scheme is at risk.

    Around $50m is missing from the ministry of education.

    Al Jazeera's East Africa correspondent Nazanine Moshiri reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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