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Those involved in corrupt dealings should be punished and efforts be made to recover stolen resources. Speaking on Citizen TV on 21st May 2018 over the NYS Scandal, Transparency International Kenya Executive Director Samuel Kimeu said that it was unfortunate that the country is being looted in a way that has

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Parliament in exercise of its legislative mandate enacted the Public Audit Act which was assented on 18th December 2015, the Act had a commencement date of 1st January 2016. The Act had serious ramifications on the proper functioning of the Auditor General as envisioned in the Constitution. It had proposals that could have

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We bring to the notice of all concerned that Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) has a merit-based employee selection practice. We do not charge / accept any amount of money from job seekers during the selection process or while inviting candidates for an interview. We have noticed fake job offers from accounts

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10 journalists have been awarded grants to work on investigative pieces thanks to Transparency International Kenya through the Action for Transparency Project. On Monday 22nd January 2018, TI-Kenya hosted a media forum to discuss the role of investigative journalism in unearthing corruption. During the function, 37 journalists who were trained on

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Transparency International Kenya held its inaugural Integrity Walk at Freedom Coner, Uhuru Park in Nairobi on 9th December 2017. The walk was the highlight activity to mark the International Anti-Corruption Day celebrated annually. While addressing participants, TI-Kenya Executive Director Mr. Samuel Kimeu urged Kenyans to join the fight against corruption noting that

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