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Kenya's former top anti-corruption chief John Githongo addresses a press conference in Nairobi, on August 20, 2008 where he called for amnesty for those who confess to economic crimes. John Githongo, who fled Kenya three years ago after exposing massive corruption scandals at the highest levels of the state, argued that inquiries 'not only delay justice but makes ultimate accountability less likely.' AFP PHOTO/TONY KARUMBA (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)

Kenya's former top anti-corruption chief John Githongo addresses a press conference in Nairobi, on August 20, 2008 where he called for amnesty for those who confess to economic crimes. John Githongo, who fled Kenya three years ago after exposing massive corruption scandals at the highest levels of the state, argued that inquiries 'not only delay justice but makes ultimate accountability less likely.' AFP PHOTO/TONY KARUMBA (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)