Financial Misappropriation As A Factor Challenging Service Delivery Of Completed Physical Projects
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Financial Misappropriation As A Factor Challenging Service Delivery Of Completed Physical Projects In Kisumu East Sub-county, Kisumu County, Kenya
The purpose of this study was to establish the extent to which financial misappropriation as a factor challenges service delivery of completed physical projects in kisumu east Sub-County, Kisumu County. The objective of the study was to find out the extent to which financial misappropriation challenges service delivery of completed physical projects. The research question used was; is financial misappropriation hampering provision of services required from the completed physical projects? The study was conducted through descriptive survey research design. The theoretical framework used in the study was stakeholders’ theory. The tools for data collection were Closed-ended Questionnaire and DownloadViews: 44

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