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Kenya GCNK, a UN network, reveals that the police and the private sector are the two main catalysts of corruption in this country

  • June 1, 2024
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Welcome to Haiti, where all leaders, without exception, (CPT/PM…) place themselves above the Constitution and established laws.

Nairobi—The private sector has been identified as a major player in corruption and is strongly encouraged to collaborate with the public sectors and civil society to eradicate this scourge in Kenya.

At the Business Integrity Conference organized by the Global Compact Network Kenya (GCNK), participants highlighted the importance of common strategies to combat corruption and promote a clean business environment.

Impact of corruption in Kenya Corruption has been highlighted as a global problem affecting businesses of all sizes, with substantial financial losses. Judy Njino, Executive Director of GCNK, stressed the urgency for companies to prioritize ethical conduct, especially in light of recent scandals. UN anti-corruption official Cristina Ritter said annual losses in the supply chain reach around KSh600 billion.

Fight against corruption in Kenya John Lolkoloi, Director of Ethics at the EACC, called for strategic collaboration between the public and private sectors to develop anti-corruption legislation and codes of conduct.

The Most Corrupt Government Agencies The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has revealed that according to the 2023 National Ethics and Corruption Survey, 60.6% of Kenyans believe that the police department is most prone to to corruption, and that service seekers frequently encounter demands for bribes.