PwC Audit Finds That Nairobi City Council Is Nearly 100% Incompetent

Two questions: 1) Isn't this pretty representative of local governments everywhere? and 2) When did PwC start auditing humans for competency? 

An audit by PriceWaterhouseCoopers has revealed that 92 percent of the City Council of Nairobi workforce is incompetent. The appraisal commissioned in 2010 has recommended that the council trims its large and inefficient workforce. Town Clerk Philip Kisia promised action although he said it would take a long time and resources to implement.
I guess this could be one of those mystery agreed-upon procedures engagements, but still.
 

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