Working Relationship Between EACC and Office of the Director of Public Prosecution (ODPP)

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission's attention has been drawn to an article appearing in a local daily of 24th February, 2015 insinuating that "DPP is slowingdown war on graft". Contrary to the statement above, EACC and ODPP has established an efficient working partnership... read the full press release here


Report To The Parliamentary Departmental Committee On Justice And Legal Affairs

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission presented a report on the status of its activities to the Parliamentary Departmental Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs.
The summarized report contains details of activities undertaken by the various directorates of EACC as it discharges its mandate of fighting corruption.

The Chairperson of the Commission Mr Mumo Matemu ,MBS presented the report.

Click here to read the report


EACC Issues Notice For Closure Of Unapproved Foreign Bank Accounts
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has issued notice to state and public officers operating unauthorized foreign bank accounts outside Kenya to close them by March 31.

The notification published in the Gazette notice of February 6th, requires the state and public officers to close the bank accounts opened without authorization of EACC or to seek approval for them to operate the same ....More

EACC Intensifies Integrity Mainstreming in the Management of Public Universities

The Commission implemented a comprehensive training programme targeting the senior management of three academic institutions from 22nd to 29th January, 2015. The institutions include Chuka University, Kiirua Technical Training College and the Meru University of Science and Technology.

In Chuka University, the workshop, which was conducted from 22nd -23rd January 2015 was officially opened by Commissioner Prof. Jane Onsongo.  She was accompanied in the official launch by the University’s Vice Chancellor, Deputy Vice Chancellors, Mr. Kairichi Marimba, Deputy Director Leadership Development, Mr. Gilbert Sanya Lukhoba Deputy Director Education, Training and Public Awareness and the Central Regional Office Ag. Deputy Director Mr. Gichangi Njiru ....More


Development of Leadership and Integrity Codes - Public Entities With State Officers
Pursuant to Section 37 of the Leadership and Integrity Act, (LIA) No. 19 of 2012, all Public Entities with State Officers are required to develop Specific Leadership and Integrity Codes aligned to Part II of the Act. In line with Section 39(3) of LIA, Public entities are required to submit the Specific Leadership and Integrity Codes to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) for approval before they are gazetted. Click here for a list of Public Entities with State Officers indicating, those that have submitted their Leadership and Integrity Codes to the EACC
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