Don’t Pamper Fight Against Corruption Says Otundo

A kisii based Human rights activist Rachel Otundo (Pictured Above) has expressed her depression over what the government is doing to tackle corruption in the country terming it as a public relations exercise.   Speaking to journalists in her office, she said that it’s a letdown for the government to act busy all over sudden whereas the cases of corruption have been existing.   “What is the magic that will be done in order to curb down corruption completely?”, she posed adding that the trend of fake seriousness have been witnessed in the past over fighting corruption but only to engage Kenyans on other issues blanketing the whole monster. READ: 
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County launches head count to eliminate ghost workers

Kisii county government has launched staff head count exercise of its entire staff as part of efforts to eliminate ghost workers.
The exercise is a follow up on an audit report which unearthed a number of human resource issues, ghost workers in the payroll and those workers who earn excess or double salaries.
The employees were required to carry photocopies and originals of their national ID cards, academic and professional certificates, letters of first appointment, latest deployment, promotion and transfer as well as the latest payslip.
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Strive to promote accountability and development -scribes told

The media has been urged to promote good governance and promote positive values within the society. Speaking during the marking of the world Press Freedom day, Kisii University vice chancellor Prof. John Akama  challenged the scribes  promote accountability, ethical value and integrity in the course of their work. The Professor urged the media to be in… Read more

Murdered Kisii pastor suspects say they witnessed the killing

Two of the eleven  suspects accused of masterminding the murder of a Kisii Pastor, Esther Bochaberi  have  said they witnessed  the killing of the deceased  on the material day .
Edward  Makori  and Edwin Miyienda while being charged at the Kisii  High Court  pleaded guilty.
They were among nine others who appeared under Judge Joseph Karanja for the charges.
The other nine pleaded not guilty and were released on a bond of Ksh  500,000  each with a  a surety of the same amount.
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EACC applaud counties which have identified areas prone to corruption

Ethics  and Anti-Corruption  Commission  has applauded counties which  have established  areas  where  there  were  high  risks of corruption. Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) CEO Halakhe Waqo said that this has been achieved   through collaboration between the commission and the counties. Speaking at the Kisii County  governor's office when he paid… Read more

12 arraigned in Kisii court for killing 60 year old pastor

Twelve suspects who were   linked  to the abduction and killing of a pastor in Bonchari constituency have been arraigned  at Kisii  Law  Court.
The suspects who were arraigned in court due to the abduction of  Esther  Bochaberi  linked to a land dispute.
The Kisii court Prosecutor  Ezekiel  Gachoka who had filed an a case for  abduction  case  asked the court be withdrawn  the case and apply murder charges .
Gachoka  stated  that no objection  consolidation  of the case  due to the discovery  of the body of the deceased.
The suspects were  Vincent  Maobe, Fredrick  Nyambati,, Benson  Machuka,  Joseph  Moire,  Reuben Onduso ,…
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