The Public Service Commission (PSC) Chairman Mr. Stephen Kirogo has called on public servants to embrace a citizen-centric approach in their service delivery to the public, and ensure accountability and prudent utilization of public resources.
He said this during the launch of the Sessional Paper No. 2 of 2018 (National Ethics and Anti-Corruption Policy) at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) on 7th October 2020.
Mr. Kirogo said that PSC is a key stakeholder in the effort whose objective is to provide a comprehensive, coordinated and integrated framework for fighting corruption.
“The Commission is working to ensure that the public service reviews its business processes to minimize human contact and thereby reduce the opportunities for mischief which gives rise to corruption,” he stated.
The Chairman Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) Archbishop (Rtd)) Eliud Wabukala urged all the stakeholders and the citizens at large to cooperate and ensure the policy is fully executed.
He said that the policy is meant to enhance co-ordination and synergy of all stakeholders in the fight against corruption.
Present during the launch were EACC Commissioners; Director Criminal Investigations, Mr. George Kinoti; Secretary, Justice and Constitutionala Affairs, Ms. Maryanne Njau; The EACC CEO Mr. Twalib Mbarak; PSC Deputy Commission Secretary, Mr. Remmy Mulati, amongst other dignitaries.