• West Pokot County Anti-Corruption Civilian Oversight Committee Social Audit 2016-11-07

    West Pokot County Anti-Corruption Civilian Oversight Committee  visited Pkantil Water Project in Pokot South Sub-County, funded by the County Government at a cost of Ksh 3,036,195.00. A social audit on the project revealed the water intake was too small to allow for treatment of the water, while residents confessed they were not involved in the project implementation which has stalled since inception on 27th April, 2016.

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  • Residents of Chepkondol area in Pokot South sub-county of West Pokot County have appealed to the County Government to involve them in all development 2016-11-07

    Residents of Chepkondol area in Pokot South sub-county of West Pokot County have appealed to the County Government to involve them in all development projects using tax payers' money. They complained that many projects were implemented in the area without their involvement, citing the Meshau road which has no culverts or bridges and is very steep in some places posing a danger to motorists. They also cited Kaptum cattle dip and Chepkondol water project, whose financing details and implementation period are not clear. Speaking during a public forum at Meshau market yesterday,

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  • Bungoma Social Audit of High Altitude Training Centre. 2016-10-27

    Bungoma County Anti-Corruption Civilian Oversight Committee today are conducting a social audit on a project funded by Bungoma County Government in Mt. Elgon Sub-County, the High Altitude Training Centre.

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  • Government to up collaboration with anti-corruption agencie 2016-10-27

    The government will continue to collaborate with various national anti-corruption institutions to scale up behavioural change campaign among Kenyans towards reporting and eradicating corruption in the country.The assurance was given by the Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki during a meeting with members of the National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee (NACCSC), led by its Chairman, retired ACK Arch Bishop Eliud Wabukala at her office in Harambee House on Wednesday.

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Introduction to Reporting Corruption

We cannot deny that our country Kenya has a corruption problem. Eliminating or reducing corruption is urgent and necessary for the very survival of our society. Each one of us must be part of the solution. Remember, no size or type of corruption is tolerable – we must declare and practice zero tolerance for corruption.


NACCSC slogans:-
- “Fighting corruption, my responsibility!”
- “Kupigana na ufisadi, jukumu langu!”
- “See Kenya through proud eyes, say NO to corruption!”

 

REPORT ANY FORM OF CORRUPTION TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICES NEAR YOU.

Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC)
Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNHCR)
National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC)
Commission on Administrative Justice (CAJ)
Transparency International - Kenya
National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee (NACCSC) Regional Offices

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