KBC management is facilitated in the fight against corruption – KBC


The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission and the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation have collaborated in the fight against corruption through the training of senior managers of the national government broadcasting agency.

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The training targeted 16 managers who will serve as members of the KBC Anti-Corruption Committee (CPC).

The Commission facilitated a real seminar on combating corruption and misconduct held on Wednesday 28thth April 2021. The training provided managers with the best ways to reduce corruption in the workplace. This training will help managers inculcate a culture of ethics, integrity and professionalism in the institution.

EACC Chief Executive Officer Mr. Twalib Mbarak in his opening remarks read on his behalf by Deputy Director Mr. Gilbert Lukhoba, urged managers to be agents of positive change in promoting integrity in their institution by following and following various laws, regulations, policies and guidelines. responsibilities of public officer.

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Avoid vicious acts such as conflict of interest, procurement embezzlement, favoritism, “brown envelope” disease, bribery and fraud that damage your brand, reputation and public opinion and profits in general. It is your responsibility to build and maintain a place. a permanent work ethic here at KBC, “Mr Mbarak said.

Mr Mbarak reminded managers that the success or failure of the fight against corruption in Kenya will depend not only on the EACC but also on how the media will share integrity as they perform their duties.

KBC CEO Dr. Naim Bilal, who graced the occasion, said the training was part of a process aimed at enhancing the audit of government agencies. He added that KBC has started a major employee performance audit which has seen several employees found guilty of misconduct or dismissal for misconduct.

“We are very careful in building a culture of accountability that is acceptable within the public service at KBC. I urge the Head of Department to benefit more from this training and to slide along with the staff, “Dr Bilal said.

Dr Bilal said his ambition was to create a value system at KBC and to have a culture that would see the institution run with transparency and accountability.

The Anti-Corruption Committee was established for the purpose of curbing the prevention of corruption in the public service.

Public institutions are required to form and implement Anti-Corruption Committees in accordance with the guidelines provided under the Performance Agreement. CPC members coordinate and integrate anti-corruption strategies within the organization.

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