The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has launched a public education programme to sensitize Kenyans on the need to adhere to ethics and good governance. Commissioner Jane Osongo says they will go round the country to implement public education and training for all stakeholders in all the 47 counties. She says the commission has already visited several areas and will be heading to Kericho this week.
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: EACC Plans Extensive Public Education to Counties.By Emmanuel Wanjala, 4 February 2013
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