By BONFACE OTIENOMore by this AuthorAt least 150 procurement and accounting officers have been moved to new work stations in a swoop the Treasury said is aimed at taming corruption in government departments and State–owned firms. The notice also names an official who has been serving in Murang’a South but has been transferred to Mbeere South. Dr Thugge said the transfers started about three years ago with the aim of ensuring accountants and procurement officers do not stay long in one location to develop corruption networks. The officers were required to submit information on their assets, liabilities and previous work records to State House through Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua. About 400 procurement and accounting officers, who were subjected to fresh vetting, have been cleared and told to resume duty.
Source: Daily Nation November 08, 2018 13:43 UTC