Zambian MPs in Kenya to learn how to fight corruption

Zambian MPs in Kenya to learn how to fight corruption


A Zambian parliamentary delegation is in Kenya to learn how to effectively fight corruption.

The committee on Privileges, Absences and Support Services visited EACC commissioners at Integrity Centre in Nairobi to learn how the agency has been spearheading the war on graft.

The delegation of eight MPs arrived over the weekend and held tits first meeting with the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission on Monday.

“This is a study tour by our colleagues from the Zambian National Assembly. We are sharing experiences on fighting corruption and promoting ethics,” EACC commissioner Mwaniki Gachoka said.

“We are fighting corruption through many strategies. One of the is law enforcement – investigating cases and recommending them to the DPP.”

Garry Nkombo, who is leading the foreign delegation, said they were studying best practices in managing corruption in governance.

Nkombo said they will also share their experiences and the problems they have encountered in the fight against the vice and processes in whistle-blowing and prosecution of suspects.

“We recognise the fact that corruption does exist and want to learn how Kenya has been dealing with it. It is generally agreed that corruption cannot be fought with kids’ gloves,” Nkombo said

“We are here to learn how the EACC is managing it, bearing in mind that those who engage in corruption remain very powerful and with the mandate to look after the aspirations of the people they govern.”

Kenyan officials and anti-corruption agencies have been on the spot over corruption scandals in organisations including the National Youth Service (Sj9 billion), the National Cereals and Produce Board (Sh1.9 billion), Kenya Pipeline Company (Sh95 billion), and the National Irrigation Board.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned that nobody who is found guilty will go unpunished while the Judiciary has asked agencies and investigators to provide evidence sufficient for convictions.

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    iam about to start opening a school for only that deos not understand the word corrapution

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    Mbovu J 5 days ago

    Next time you will go to learn how to have sex

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    Njangwamuloty 6 days ago

    Kenya is ranked as one of the five most corrupt countries in the world so one is given to wonder What a Zambian parliamentary delegation Has to learn from there about how to effectively fight corruption? Unless the PF is talking in true reverse proverbature, this is a lot of hogwash!

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    oranje91 6 days ago

    Lesson #1 – Don’t Steal
    Lesson #2 – Fire and Prosecute any official convicted of corruption

    No need to waste tax payers money travelling abroad for the same lesson.

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    isaac 7 days ago

    You people are u serious ?u don’t know how to fight corruption of your own country?does it mean that The ACC can not fight corruption including other organization like zambia police .already just 2 go there is huge amount of zambian monies being spend on issues that u know can do within.

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    You cant learn how to curb corruption from a corrupt Kenyan government, if seriously the wanted to do that they could have gone to Tanzania and learn from John pombe magufuli . what they did is like going to king mswati to learn how to have only one wife!!!!

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    mumbi phiri 7 days ago

    This is nonsense of the highest degree, to fight corruption just follow the simple laid down rules and regulations. You do not have to fly thousands of miles.

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    Solutions Zed 1 week ago

    ‘Do not reap where you did not sow’

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    Benson Kaoma 1 week ago

    Like seriously??????

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    ROKS 1 week ago

    At its worst!!Yangueeeeee!!!!

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    D. Mbala 1 week ago

    Even if they learn something from there, who will implement what they have learnt considering that here, corrupt guys have their blessings from state house.

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    Munene 1 week ago

    Is there no corruption in Kenya? Waste of public money at its best…! I expected the opposition MPs to reject this wasteful tour….but because they are pocketing allowances, they are happy…! Do we need to fly out of the country to learn how to fight corruption..?