The multi-sectoral initiative against corruption has today issued a joint communique, following the recently concluded national anti?corruption conference 2019. The national anti?corruption conference that took place on the 24th and 25th of January brought together leaders from various sectors to discuss sector?led strategies in the fight against corruption. The conference participation was drawn from the private sector, religious sector, media, youth, women, professionals, civil society, academia (education sector), trade unions which represent Kenyans, development partners and the government. Various sectors asserted their commitment towards the fight against corruption.
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