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EACC TAKES ANTI-CORRUPTION MESSAGE TO MOMBASA TRADE FAIR

“It is possible to uphold integrity and ethics,” that is the message EACC officers took to the just concluded Mombasa International Trade Fair. The officers, stationed at the Commission’s booth at Mkomani Showground, interacted with high school students and educated them primarily on the agency’s mandate, its role in fighting corruption and the role of Integrity Clubs that have been established in schools. The clubs are a significant initiative by the Commission in reaching out to students to help in instilling integrity values in schools.

The Commission was represented at the trade fair by Education Training and Public Awareness (ETPA) and Communications team. The fair, which ran under the theme Promoting Technology and Innovation for Agriculture and Trade, was a beehive of activity from 28th August – 2nd September 2018.

The show attracted exhibitors from many sectors such as production, manufacturing, banking, education, government institutions, among many others.

At its stand, the EACC had a number of publications that focused on pupils, students, public officers and the public in general. Among these were children’s story books with moral lessons on character formation targeting lower primary school children.  Children visiting the stand received copies of the books; teachers as well received copies for their school libraries. Other materials such as legislation guides and reports were also issued for public consumption.

Students interact with ETPA officers at EACC booth, ASK Mkomani grounds Mombasa County.

The EACC’s booth was predominantly student dominated in the first four days of the show, although the last day was largely attended by the general public. The students were pleased to learn about the institution in general and more specifically its significant role in preventing and educating the public on anti-corruption matters



Pupils receive books from EACC officers at Mkomani grounds

During the official opening by Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri on 29th August, Commissioner Rose Mghoi Macharia visited the EACC booth and  appreciated the team’s good work and great display of the agency’s activities. She was accompanied by the Lower Coast Regional Head George Ojowi, who played a fundamental role in ensuring the success of the event.

Commissioner Rose Mghoi takes Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri through various educational materials used by ETPA for publicity and awareness when he visited EACC booth at ASK Mkomani Grounds, Mombasa County.

Commissioner Mghoi and Mr. Ojowi participated in live shows at Baraka FM, where they explained the role of the public in the fight against corruption and the various strategies the Commission is employing in the fight against graft. In the radio interview, Commissioner Mghoi urged the public to be vigilant and report incidents of corruption to avert loss of public resources and to avoid lengthy legal processes of recovering stolen public assets.

Mr. Ojowi encouraged the public to visit Commission offices and Huduma Centres countrywide to report on corruption incidents as well as to benefit from other services offered by the Commission. He also urged public officers and the public to uphold integrity and ethics in the discharge of their duties.
Lamu governor H.E Fahim Yasin Twaha, is guided by ETPA Assistant Director Ms. Lydia Manyasi to EACC booth at ASK Mkomani show ground.

EACC officers on the ground, led by Lydia Manyasi (Assistant Director ETPA), also did radio live links on the grounds through Baraka FM and Pwani FM during which they called on the public to visit the EACC booth to learn more on ethics and integrity and to also understand their role in the fight against graft.

EACC booth at ASK Mkomani show ground, Mombasa County on recently concluded Fair.

Posted on Monday, September 10, 2018

 

 
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