KCA University in partnership Institute for Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK), Transparency International Kenya (TI-K) and African Parliamentarian’s Network Against Corruption (APNAC) held the 7th Annual Public Lecture on Ethics and Anti-Corruption themed “United Against Corruption for Sustainable Development.” The event was part of the buildup activities to commemorate the International Anti-Corruption Day slated for 9th December 2022.
ICPAK is mandated to develop and regulate the Accountancy Profession in Kenya by promoting standards of professional competence and practice amongst members of the Institute and advice on matters of governance and accountability in all sectors of the economy. ICPAK is also the founder of KCA University. APNAC on the other hand is an organization which coordinates, engages and strengthens the capacities of African parliamentarians to fight corruption while TI-Kenya movement provides a platform for sharing knowledge and experience, as well as developing strategies to respond to regionally distinct patterns of corruption.
Present were Hon. Shakeel Shabbir, chairperson, African Parliamentarian’s Network Against Corruption Kenya Chapter (APNAC-K) and Member of Parliament for Kisumu East, CPA Philip Kakai Vice-Chairman, ICPAK, Patrick Owiny Deputy Director, Ethics Compliance, Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), Harriet Wachira, Program Coordinator, Policy, Legal and Institutional Frameworks Transparency International-Kenya, Prof. Migai Akech, Faculty of Law, University of Nairobi, Dr. Abraham Rotich, Director of Innovation, Incubation & Linkages, who represented KCA University Vice Chancellor Prof. Isaiah I.C. Wakindiki and a host of ICPAK members. The event which was also streamed live on KCA University facebook page and on zoom also attracted over 900 online participants.