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Elgeyo Marakwet County Deputy Governor H.E Gabriel Lagat has called on all stakeholders to fight Corruption for Counties to realize meaningful development. Noting that devolution is the second greatest thing to have happened in Kenya after attainment of independence, Hon. Lagat pointed to corruption as the greatest threat to devolution. the deputy governor said this when he officially opened a workshop for County Anti-Corruption Civilian Oversight Committee members from Kisumu, Baringo and Elgeyo Marakwet Counties. 

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Through the Government Advertising Agency (GAA), NACCSC procured the services of Kass FM to design, produce and develop interactive anti-corruption radio campaign programmes for a period of twelve (12) weeks to drive dialogue, reflections, action and the role of the citizenry in fighting corruption. The proposed campaign in Kalenjin language started on Thursday 17th March, 2016 and will run from 7.30pm to 8.30pm for the next twelve weeks consecutively ending on 2nd June, 2016.

Read more: Dialoguing with Residents of Rift Valley through Kass FM


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National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering committee has partnered with Vihiga County Government in the fight against Corruption. Speaking to the public after a courtesy call on governor Moses Akaranga in his office today, NACCSC chairman Dr Eliud Wabukala pointed out that the public should act the watch dogs of public resources at county level. He pointed out that to win the war on corruption, collaboration of all sectors is needed.

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At the closure of the two day workshop by NACCSC for Maendeleo Ya Wanawake Organization Coast region leaders, a resolution was made by the National chairperson Mrs Rahab Mwikali Muiu for women to be on the fore front in the fight against corruption.

Read more: MYWO National Chair urged women to avoid receiving small bribes


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National Anti-corruption Campaign Steering Committee Ag. Director Mr David Gathii,
sensitize Maendeleo Ya  Wanawake Organization leaders from the larger coast region at the Mobasa Beach Hotel.

Read more: Anti-corruption Sensitization workshop for Maendeleo ya Wanawake Organization Leaders Coast Region


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The National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee (NACCSC) is established under the Office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice (OAG & DOJ) vide Kenya Gazette Notice no. 6707 of 19th September, 2014. Its membership of 14 is drawn from a wide spectrum of the society, including representatives of the Youth, Women and Faith-Based Organizations, Persons with Disabilities and Government Ministries/Departments/Agencies critical to the implementation of the campaign against corruption.  

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Kenya has in recent weeks hit international headlines on account of corruption. Locally, there have been reports of cases of corruption, ranging from theft of public funds, cheating in National Examinations, public procurement of goods and services and tax evasion, among many others. This has tainted our image as the limelight is shone on us. This situation is not conducive for economic growth and reduction of poverty as corruption denies ordinary Kenyans access to basic services such as health care, food security, peace and quality education. It is not tenable and must be urgently reversed.

Read more: NACCSC PRESS STATEMENT ON CORRUPTION IN KENYA


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National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee
The National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee (NACCSC) is mandated to conduct a nationwide public education, sensitization and awareness creation campaign aimed at effecting fundamental changes in the attitude, behaviour, practices and culture of Kenyans towards corruption. It is a multi-stakeholder Committee that was deliberately conceived on the realization that the war against corruption could not be won entirely on the enactment and application of the law and punishment to the offenders but also in the hearts and minds of Kenyans; a radical transformation of the mindsets of Kenyans.

Read more: NTV AM LIVE BREAKFAST SHOW ON FRIDAY, 31ST JULY, 2015 ON “THE WAR ON CORRUPTION”


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Out of the busy classroom sessions during the two-day workshop at Maanzoni Lodge (Machakos County),

NACCSC secretariat staff had time for field activities to help them bond as a unit for improved service delivery as a campaign.


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Change management is critical to success in the fight against corruption. It is one of the subjects that was given most time during a capacity building workshop for NACCSC secretariat at Maanzoni hotel today. 

Attention should be focused on senders and receivers of communication in the fight against corruption. It clearly came out that it is not the duty of the secretariat staff to pass messages of anti-corruption but managers at different levels should be identified and trained for the purpose. The talk on change management was handled by Mr Ken Njiru, CEO Uungwana Institutte.

 


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