• Preliminary 2017 General Election Observation Report 2017-09-01

      1. Introduction The National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee (NACCSC) is established vide Gazette Notice No. 6707 dated 19th September, 2014. It is mandated to undertake a nationwide public education, sensitization and awareness creation campaign aimed at effecting fundamental changes in the attitudes, behavior, practices and culture of Kenyans towards corruption. The campaign is mainly targeted at the members of the public to fully empower them fight corruption. Members are drawn from Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies, Faith Based Organizations, Women Organizations and the Private Sector. As part of the discharge of its mandate, NACCSC strategically partnered with the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and other stakeholders to ensure that the electoral processes resulted in a free, fair and credible election. On diverse dates in April 2017, IEBC was invited and participated in the anti-corruption radio campaign themed “Elections and Good Governance” transmitted through five radio stations on the topic “corruption and malpractices in the electoral process” reaching an estimated 18.1 million listeners weekly with messages that encouraged the voters to shun corruption in the elections. The campaign sought to sensitize the voters to understand corruption, its types, manifestations, effects and actions that should be taken to fight and prevent the vice in the general election. The members of the public were also sensitized on the...

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  • Statement on The Role Of The Voter In Fighting And Preventing Corruption In The General Election 2017-08-23

    Corruption remains a serious threat to the Country’s development agenda contained in the Kenya Vision 2030 and other development blue prints as it concentrates resources in the hands of a few, scares away local and foreign investors and denies the public quality services. It is, therefore, in the interest of every Kenyan that the vice is fought successfully. The beginning point is to elect leaders of integrity. Towards this end, on 8th June, 2017, the National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee (NACCSC) established to undertake public education, sensitization and awareness creation campaign against corruption, wrote to all the Presidential candidates that had been cleared by Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and issued a press statement (available on www.naccsc.go.ke) requesting them to ensure fighting corruption was prioritized.Specifically, each candidate was requested to make public the plans and strategies he will use to fight and prevent corruption should he be elected as the President. NACCSC has noted with appreciation that manifestos by various candidates address the fight against corruption. We urge the voters and the public at large, to study and interrogate the strategies in those manifestos and only consider electing candidates who demonstrate seriousness and genuine commitment to fight corruption.NACCSC has over the last five months intensified an anti-corruption awareness creation campaign through seven radio stations to members of...

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  • Press statement by the National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee to presidential candidates to highlight their anti-corruption agenda 2017-06-13

    As Kenya prepares for the forthcoming General Election on 8th August 2017, the National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee has put in place strategies to enable Kenyans elect into office leaders of integrity and prepare the public to deal with any corruption that may arise during the elections and the entire electoral process.

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  • World Bank Sponsor County Anti-Corruption Civilian Oversight Committees Training on Participatory Budgeting 2017-04-04

    The Ag. Director National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee Mr David Gathii has underscored the importance of Participatory Budgeting in the fight against corruption. Speaking today (3rd April 2017) at the opening of a workshop for County Anti-Corruption Civilian Oversight Committees in Eldoret, Mr Gathii noted that the plot to steal government funds starts at the budgeting phase. Corrupt individuals infiltrate the budgeting process allocating excessive funds to projects of interest to them. "When the public is involved from the beginning in participatory budgeting, they will guard against any suspicious allocations" said Gathii.

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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!”



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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