Botswana Ombudsman benchmarks at EACC

Botswana Ombudsman benchmarks at EACC

30th April 2019: The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission had an opportunity this week to showcase its functions to a delegation from the office of the Ombudsman of Botswana. The visitors met the Commission’s Chairman, Retired Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, his Commissioners and the management team, who briefed them on the functions of each directorate and department.

EACC Chair Rtd. Archbishop Eliud Wabukala with the Commissioners and the Secretariat, in a meeting with the delegation at Integrity Centre Nairobi.

The five-member delegation is on a study tour with a specific interest in state governance and oversight agencies. It is led by the Ombudsman of Botswana and African Ombudsman, and Mediators Association (AOMA) coordinator, Honourable Augustine Makgonatsotlhe. Its visit ends on 2nd May, 2019.

The Commission, being one of the law enforcement agencies in Kenya, was selected for benchmarking to specifically highlight its anti-corruption, unethical conduct and public education strategies.

EACC Commissioners, Secretariat and the delegates from Botswana pose for a group photo.


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