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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.

Read more: West Pokot County Anti-Corruption Civilian Oversight Committee Social Audit


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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 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,

Read more: Residents of Chepkondol area in Pokot South sub-county of West Pokot County have appealed to the...


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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.

Read more: Bungoma Social Audit of High Altitude Training Centre.


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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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Kakamega County Anti-Corruption Civilian Oversight Committee  conducted a successful social audit of two ECD classrooms at Shiatsala Primary School, Butere Sub County. The project was funded by the County Government of Kakamega at a cost of Ksh 1.9 million but didn't involve public participation.

Read more: Kakamega County Social Audit of ECD Classrooms at Shiatsala Primary School


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Residents of Marama Central Ward in Butere Sub County of Kakamega County have been urged to attend public barazas and development meetings to join in the management of public funds. Speaking at Shitsitwi Health Centre during a social audit of the project by NACCSC, wananchi were urged to involve themselves in the development agenda of their County and hold their leaders accountable.

Read more: Kakamega Social Audit of Shitsitwi Health Centre


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The Validation Workshop participants who consisted of renowned Theologians, NACCSC and IRCK, led by Dr Sammy Linge (2nd photograph), wave the Booklet in the air as a sign of adopting by resolution.

Read more: The Booklet jointly developed by NACCSC and IRCK that is currently being subjected to validation


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Ag. Youth Affairs Director Taita/Taveta county Mr Alex Ojango has called on youth in the County to embrace and practice National Values in order to win the war on corruption. He said that if national values are observed, corruption will not be an issue in Kenya.

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Corruption is the greatest challenge to development at the County level, and the Country as a whole. Kakamega County Governor H. E. Hon. Wycliffe Oparanya said today that massive resources are lost through revenue collection resulting in shoddy projects and reduced service delivery.

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Kakamega County Government has put in place measures to mitigate the spread of corruption in the County. According to the CEC in charge of Public Service and Administration Ms Rachel Okumu, efforts are underway to sensitize all staff on the Code of Conduct to appraise them of corruption prone areas in their operations.

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