The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has raised concern over the high number landing grabbing and fake academic papers in the country.
Speaking from Kisumu County EACC chairperson Bishop David Oginde noted that the two issues still remain the biggest hurdle in the fight against corruption in the country.
“Chairperson Dr. David Oginde, yesterday, made a courtesy call on the Kisumu Law Courts where he met the Station’s Judges and Magistrates led by Presiding Judge Lady Justice Roselyn Aburiri. Dr Oginde, currently on official duty in Western Kenya, had visited part of the the Kisumu Law Courts facility which had been grabbed by private individuals but recovered by the Commission through litigation.
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The property has an estimated current market value of over Kes.1 Billion. EACC has also recovered the land hosting Eldoret Environment and Land Court from private individuals who had grabbed it.” said EACC
Bishop Oginde also assured county governments support in the fight against corruption in the country especially property lost to land grabbers.
“Besides corruption investigations, EACC continues to support public entities, including county governments, to recover properties that they may have lost to grabbers. This is in addition to providing them with technical support in establishing strong internal controls to enhance accountability in the management of public affairs.” said EACC
Kenyans who have been employed using fake academic certificates have been put on notice that if arrested, they will liable to salary paid during the entire period of employment
National and county employees have also been warned against raising false claims so as to receive payment.