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MoH, Chief's Offices & Huduma Centers Mentioned as ‘Bribery Headquarters' in Ruto's Gov't Exposed

Bribery has remained one of the country's most reported unethical conduct for quite a long period as per the information issued by the National Ethics and Corruption Surveys.

In the most recent survey conducted by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), it has been established that 50.3 percent of people who responded to the commission over the same had experienced or witnessed bribery in the public service offices visited before.

On that note, details reveal that Narok, Elgeyo-Marakwet, Nakuru and Kisii counties are leading with the highest cases of bribery which amounts to 31.7%, 31.3%, 29.3% and 28.5% respectively. This's as per the survey concluded for the previous years excluding 2022.

On the other hand, the same report informs that incidences where people accept to pay bribes are highest in Mandera at 34.4 per cent. Narok is the second most in terms of bribery payments again with a percentage of 30.1 followed by Nakuru (26.7%) and Elgeyo Marakwet (25.8%).

On that regard, the Susan Wafula-led Ministry was ranked first with the highest prevalence of bribery at 18.8%, followed by the chiefs/village elder’s office (14.3%), registrar of persons (12.9%), civil registration (10.3%), public hospitals/dispensaries (9.3%), regular police (7.8%), Huduma Centers (7.7%), and the ministry of lands (4.5%). Others are shown below:

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Elgeyo-Marakwet Huduma Kisii Nakuru Narok


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