Mogadishu (SD) – A Somali Anti-Corruption Agency, conducted a study on the level of corruption, confirms corruption is widespread throughout Somalia.
A new study by Marqaati shows that 50 per cent of people who spoke to the agency said they paid bribes last year.
Fourteen percent of the Somali population in the study shows that they pay bribes, and with some paying it once a week.
Most of the bribes were reportedly paid to the federal government forces and the Benadir regional administration.
Somalia’s Regional administration forces and the Al Shabaab group are at the top of the list.
The Marqaati anti-corruption watchdog also said that corruption was rampant in areas under the control of regional administrations.
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