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Byline: Murithi Mutiga
One of the abiding curiosities of the Kenyan society is the amount of time we spend on what we call the war against corruption.
Its very name suggests our chances of success are remote.
As has been recorded elsewhere, every vice against which a "war" has been launched has thrived rather than perished.
The war against drugs, the war against poverty and that against terrorism have rumbled on for years with no end in sight.
We all know why the one against corruption will not succeed any time soon in Kenya.
One of the biggest reasons is the way we view our politicians. They are, in the memorable words of …