"I can work, you are lazy, you have money, I do it, I get money."— BBC News Africa (@BBCAfrica) October 22, 2019
It's an industry that's valued at $1bn globally - but critics say it is cheating and unethical. Meet the Kenyan ghost writers doing 'lazy' Western students' work. #KenyaConnects pic.twitter.com/nrbvEoaZ0a
UNIVERSITY students in Europe and the US are paying Kenyans to do their academic work for them.