Graft - Keeping Nairobi Officials on Straight and Narrow
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has recommended that counties put their officials to the test to ensure that graft is curbed, in a city where sectors and departments have been riddled with corruption.
Nairobi News, 21 November 2018
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) recommends that the county government subjects its officials through the process with a view of curbing graft. Read more »
City Hall, where all of Nairobi's administration is done.
Nation, 20 November 2018
City Hall officers will soon be required to undergo regular integrity tests aimed at reining in corruption in the Nairobi government. Read more »
An Infotrak and Africa Centre for Open Governance opinion poll has shown that jobs, corruption and cost of living are the major concerns facing Kenyans. The findings further show ... Read more »
In a tweet, which he later deleted, Deputy President William Ruto has warned his critics to refrain from accusing him of corruption just because he was not born into a wealthy ... Read more »
President Uhuru Kenyatta has asked all Kenyans to join in the war against corruption by reporting corrupt individuals to relevant authorities. Kenyatta has said that he will not ... Read more »