Kenya: Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission to audit Lands Ministry, Halakhe Waqo
16 Aug 2016

The Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission has formed a 12-member team to audit systems, procedures, policies and practices at the Lands ministry.

According to Transparency International, the ministry is one of the most corrupt institutions in the region.

Speaking at Kenyatta International Convention Centre, Nairobi on Monday, during the launch of the partnership, Lands and Physical Planning Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi said the audit would transform the docket and restore public confidence.

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