In the last 6 months, since the political party primaries were conducted leading to the clearance of aspirants ahead of the August elections, and the actual elections, and [...]Read more What next for leadership with integrity in Kenya?
Last week, Kenyans were shocked at media reports indicating that the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) had withdrawn corruption cases of high public [...]Read more What’s the truth on ODDP’s withdrawal of graft cases?
By Samuel Ngei – Programme Officer, Extractives, Transparency International Kenya The demand for metal and other minerals required for the generation of renewable energy [...]Read more The New Regime Should Improve the State of Mining Sector to Attract More Investors
Whistleblowers help reveal more corporate fraud than management reviews and audits together, making them invaluable in unearthing corrupt practices. They are valiant [...]Read more WE MUST PROTECT THOSE WHO SPEAK UP AGAINST CORRUPTION
On 29th March 2021, Transparency International Kenya, Inuka Kenya Trust and The Kenya Legal & Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS (KELIN) wrote to the Office of the [...]Read more KENYANS DEMAND COVID-19 KEMSA PROBE UPDATE AND ACTION
Safeguarding the integrity of the electoral process is key in the realization of credible, peaceful, free and fair elections in Kenya. Read moreRead more Safeguarding the Integrity of the Electoral Process in Kenya
As the August 9 General Election draws near, political parties are conducting primaries or actively preparing for this process that is often bedevilled by violence, replete [...]Read more Let Primaries Filter Tainted Aspirants out of Leadership