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  • British High Commissioner to Kenya Ambassador Nic Hailey, Assures of his government support to EACC, ODPP and DCI in the fight against corruption.

  • EACC Chair Rtd. Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, Commissioners and CEO Mr. Twalib Mbarak Have Hosted British High Commissioner to Kenya Ambassador Nic Hailey at Integrity Centre Nairobi for a Farewell Courtesy Visit.

  • 3rd Africa Anti Corruption Day to be Commemorated on Thursday 11th July 2019. Theme: Towards a Common African Position on Asset Recovery.

  • Commission wins major case towards recovery of Kenya Railways land in Kisumu valued at approximately KES.35 million

  • The British High Commissioner to Kenya Nic Hailey Hosts EACC and 8 Diplomats for A Breakfast Meeting. The UK & The International Partners Pledged Their Full Support to The Commission in Graft Fight.

  • Former Land Registrar, Remigius Watiere is one of 6 accused of grabbing public properties including Taifa Park, Kisumu, one of the assets recovered by EACC. The offence under Anti-Corruption& Economic Crimes Act, 2003 attracts a fine double the amount of value of asset.

  • Landmark win for EACC as a Kisumu Court fines a former Kisumu Land Registrar a mandatory Ksh.12Million for irregular transfer of a Kisumu Municipal Council house worth Ksh.6million.

  • British Government Assures EACC of full Support in Graft Purge

  • 26 Year Old Risks Two Year Jail Term for Bribing KDF Officials

  • Kiambu Governor among Suspects Quizzed In Corruption Probe

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Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission gathers information on corruption occurring in Government and the public Sector from a variety of sources. These sources include members of the public, heads of government departments and agencies, officials working in both the public and private sectors and the media.

The reports can be made at the EACC headquarter (Integrity Center), our regional offices and all Huduma Centers countrywide.

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Since 2013, EACC has secured convictions in Court, enhanced financial investigations and recovered assets acquired from corruption as a deterrence strategy. This has been achieved through proactive disruptions, robust prosecution of recovery cases and enhanced use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

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Information can be provided to EACC in writing, by telephone or by presenting it personally to the Commission's Report Centre at Integrity Centre in Nairobi and any of our Regional Offices. The Commission's contact details are listed below. One can also pass on information anonymously to the Commission through the Anonymous Whistleblower's System on this Website.

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