Government has moved to put an end to on going friction between anti corruption agencies of government by approving the zero tolerance to corruption policy 2018.
While delivering cabinet decisions at the media centre, government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo says the newly approved policy will help build stronger synergies among the agencies.
The recent public back and forth between government anti corruption agencies has pushed government to approve the zero tolerance to corruption policy 2018 earlier than anticipated.
Government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo says this hinders collaboration and coordination among stakeholders
To clear up the situation, government anti corruption agencies tabled a joint recommendation to synchronize their systems.
Basing on the above government approved the zero tolerance policy to corruption 2018to help guide the agencies on the way forward.
In the same briefing, Opondo says government has moved motion into planning for the 12 districts host to the refugee camps. With the $60billion pledge received at the China Africa cooperation summit which will finance infrastructure, health care, trade facilitation among others.