The Ethic and Anti-Corruption Commission has employed 12 members of the commission to partner with the Ministry of lands and physical planning to investigate on cases of corruption.
The ministry of lands and physical planning has been perceived third most prone to corruption and the merge of EACC to the ministry in Monday’s launch on the systems review on land administration will transform the ministry into a free and transparent institution.
Speaking at the launch Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, CEO Halakhe Waqo says that the commission employed will study, review, analyze and report all identified loopholes in the systems of work in the ministry.
The lands Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi asserts to fully support the exercise to bring light to the ministry and urges all to support them.
AUTHOR: HANNAH MWIHANDI