EACC conducts an anti-corruption sensitization

 

The college organized an Anti-Corruption workshop for its members on Tuesday 2nd April at the Central Catering Unit.

The workshop aimed at sensitizing members of staff of various ethical issues they face and the legal implications thy have.  The workshop was attended by members of staff from all departments led by the college principal Prof. Peter Ngau.

Michael Babu, Geoffery Chepkwony and Zeinab Ali from Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission tackled the various ethical issues related to the workplace.  

Michael Babu tackled the legal framework in place to fight against graft in the country. In his presentation, he went through the various laws in place to curb corruption. He also talked about the commission and its mandate and powers.  In his part, Geoffery tackled the various ways we can prevent corruption. He used the old adage prevention is better than cure and encouraged people to develop integrity as a personal trait.

Zainab Ali tackled the obligations of public officers under chapter six of the constitution. She demonstrated the various ways in which people use their authority and offices for personal gains and how we should avoid them.

In the closing remarks, the college registar thanked the trainers and participants and encouraged members of staff to always abide by good practices.  

The college organized an Anti-Corruption workshop for its members on Tuesday 2nd April at the Central Catering Unit.

The workshop aimed at sensitizing members of staff of various ethical issues they face and the legal implications thy have.  The workshop was attended by members of staff from all departments led by the college principal Prof. Peter Ngau.

Michael Babu, Geoffery Chepkwony and Zeinab Ali from Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission tackled the various ethical issues related to the workplace.  

Michael Babu tackled the legal framework in place to fight against graft in the country. In his presentation, he went through the various laws in place to curb corruption. He also talked about the commission and its mandate and powers.  In his part, Geoffery tackled the various ways we can prevent corruption. He used the old adage prevention is better than cure and encouraged people to develop integrity as a personal trait.

Zainab Ali tackled the obligations of public officers under chapter six of the constitution. She demonstrated the various ways in which people use their authority and offices for personal gains and how we should avoid them.

In the closing remarks, the college registar thanked the trainers and participants and encouraged members of staff to always abide by good practices.  

 

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