The Role Of Leadership In Fighting Corruption In The Public Service Of
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The Role Of Leadership In Fighting Corruption In The Public Service Of Kenya
Individuals entrusted with the authority to make governance decisions on behalf of Kenyans must play a central role in fighting corruption in the Public Service of Kenya. Once corruption becomes the norm in the Public Service the buck stops with the leadership in governance. Corruption in the Public Service of Kenya is rife as confirmed in various studies by Transparency International and other internationally accredited institutions. This paper utilized secondary data from various reports on corruption, especially in Kenya. For instance, a report by the East African Bribery Index 2014 indicated that the Police Service, the Lands Ministry, the Judiciary, and Kenya Revenue Authority had the hDownloadViews: 594

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