Ethics and Anti corruption commission (EACC) has launched the anti corruption week program for Kajiado County in an event that will end during the international anti corruption celebration on 9th December at KCB grounds.
The caravan will be moving across the county to sensitize the public on corruption matters.
Speaking during the launch in Kajiado, EACC commissioner Dabah Abdi said they aim to educate the public on corruption.” Our caravan will be moving around Kajiado County telling the public on ways to fight and cub corruption. We have been visiting different ministries and meeting with government officials and educating them on how to fight corruption.”He added that Kajiado need a lot of education to fight corruption.
Governor Dr David Nkedianye said he has tried his best to fight corruption and is ready to partner with EACC to find the way forward”. We are ready to work with EACC officials to identify loopholes in the county and ensure we close all gaps.”He added that the land sector is in disgusting state.” The land sector is the county most corrupt sector I have forwarded many cases of land fraud. The corruption is being spearheaded by senior public official posted to Kajiado and none has ever been arrested. It is not right if I report frequently on cases that concern authorities yet no action has been taken, not even one person to serve as an example. Most of them are members of group ranches.” Said governor
Corruption has been a burden in Kenya with many millions going to individual pockets.
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