Cases of corruption or misappropriation of funds in supplies could be a thing of the past, following the launch of the Kenya institute of supplies management code of conduct. Chairman Chris Oanda says defying the code of conduct could see supplies practitioners lose their licenses.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Code of Ethics to Eliminate Corruption in SuppliesBy Joan Wairimu, 19 November 2012
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