EACC Facilitates A Leadership And Integrity Workshop For Members Of Muranga County Assembly
Commissioner Rose Mghoi M. Macharia delivering the keynote address during the Leadership and Integrity Workshop for Members of Muranga County Assembly
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission conducted a Leadership and Integrity Workshop for Members of Murang’a County Assembly. The two-day Workshop was held at the Kasarani Sports View Hotel in Nairobi and was part of ongoing initiatives aimed at building the capacity of State Officers to comply with Chapter Six of the Constitution.
The Workshop was officially opened by EACC Commissioner Rose Mghoi M. Macharia on 13th September 2018. While delivering the keynote address, the Commissioner said that Corruption has emerged as the greatest hindrance to full realization of the benefits that Kenyans expect from devolved Governments. She added that it is unacceptable and disheartening that, more often than not, members of the public have helplessly watched as public resources were looted by a few corrupt public officials.
Commissioner Macharia stated that the EACC will spare no effort in creating an environment that is absolutely hostile to the corrupt, adding that the choice to serve in public office will be guided by a desire to strictly operate within the dictates of the law and to provide services to the citizens through prudent management of all resources: financial, human and others, and the desire not to loot.
Participants during the Leadership and Integrity Workshop for Members of Muranga County Assembly