EACC survey ranks Interior ministry as 'most corrupt'

Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission CEO Halakhe Waqo. PHOTO | SALATON NJAU | NATION MEDIA GROUP

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  • The survey also shows that the corruption perception among Kenyans is at 73.9 per cent.
  • The highest average bribe of Sh80,000 was paid in Mandera while in Garissa, the average bribe was at Sh52,000.
  • Murang’a County was ranked the most corrupt, with a mean of 3.78 (number of times bribe was demanded) followed by Embu (2.53), Bomet (2.46), Kisii (2.41) and Wajir (2.33), to complete the top five most corrupt devolved units.

The Interior Ministry is perceived to be the most prone to corruption, a survey by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) shows.


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