BY MERCY JAOKO.
Religious leaders and Civil Society Organizations are being challenged to ensure they teach the people of Kenya on the matters of integrity.
According to the chair of EACC Arch Bishop Eliud Wabukala, these will make the public to elect leaders who have virtues to assist in combating corruption.
Speaking in Ahindi Gardens within Siaya town while marking the end of Anti-corruption week, Wabukala therefore appealed to the public to ensure they join hands in the fight against corruption.
Citing benefits that accrue from the counties/countries that are corruption free
As a result, he urged the county governments to ensure they abide by county government Acts 2012 in order to improve the service delivery.
The function was also attended by county governor Cornel Amoth Rasanga, speaker George Okode, MCAs among other guests