The right to information in Kenya and its potential impact on foreign direct investment (FDI)
SHISYA, JULIET AMBETSA
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Information is a crucial component of any investment cycle. In an attempt to affirm this statement, this paper will discuss the ruling in the Family Care Limited case. Arguing for the need to overturn the ruling, this paper will embark to illustrate its negative impact on foreign direct investment. It will show how the ruling severely limits the jurisprudence on the right to information in Kenya. Additionally, it will argue that the ruling fails to reflect the modern principles and trends on the right to information. From this, the paper will declare that the ruling undermines the attractiveness of Kenya as an investment location.