Is the fight to end corruption in Kenya working?

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The Kenyan government has said it could be losing nearly one-third of the national budget to corruption.

Finance ministry officials told a parliamentary committee the losses could be nearly $4bn (£2.5bn) a year.

In recent weeks two ministers and other senior officials have been forced to step aside amid allegations of corruption.

So is the fight to end corruption really taking off? Will Ross reports.

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