Transparency International Kenya

  • CORRUPT POLICE IN AFRICA MUST STOP NOW!

    CORRUPT POLICE IN AFRICA MUST STOP NOW!

    Nairobi, Kenya - 8th of July 2015: Willie Kimani (32), a Kenyan human rights lawyer, went missing after he left a courthouse in Nairobi on 23 June 2016. A week later, his dead body was recovered from a river outside of the capital, together with the bodies of his client, Josephat Mwenda, and...

  • Audit and Recover Illegal Sitting Allowances to MCA’s : #RudishaMaliYangu

    Audit and Recover Illegal Sitting Allowances to MCA’s : #RudishaMaliYangu

    The Annual County Governments Budget Implementation Review Reports for the financial year 2014/2015 published between November 2014 and August 2015, by the Office of the Controller of Budget indicates that in some counties, the Members of the County Assembly (MCA) received more than the maximum...

  • Press Release - Global Corruption Report: Sport highlights scale of corruption in African sport and what needs to be done

    Press Release - Global Corruption Report: Sport highlights scale of corruption in African sport and what needs to be done

    Nairobi, Kenya – 22nd February 2016: The launch today of Transparency International’s Global Corruption Report: Sport highlights that Africa is vulnerable to serious reputational risks across all sports and is already compromised by corruption.

  • Bribery remains a challenge in Kenya; security, administration of justice, land services most affected

    Bribery remains a challenge in Kenya; security, administration of justice, land services most affected

    Nairobi, Kenya – 10th December 2015: Bribery remains a challenge affecting key service delivery sectors in Kenya. This is according to a new report, The East African Bribery Index Trends Analysis (2010 - 2014) launched by Transparency International Kenya today. The...

  • More needs to be done to spur momentum against corruption in Kenya

    More needs to be done to spur momentum against corruption in Kenya

    Nairobi, Kenya – 12th October, 2015: 196 days after President Uhuru Kenyatta tabled the list of shame in Parliament, the move has failed to spur required energy in the fight against corruption that many hoped would be generated by the unprecedented move. 26 cases are currently being prosecuted in the courts arising out of the list.

  • Sema! Piga ripoti

    Sema! Piga ripoti

    Sema Piga Ripoti Your complaints referral centre is an initiative of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission(EACC), the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR), National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC), the Commission on Administrative Justice (CAJ), Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) and National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee(NACCSC).