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The study sought to establish the influence of governance on corruption levels in the Public Service in Kenya. One of the study objectives was to: assess the influence of stakeholder participation on corruption levels in the Public Service. A review of the literature was done anchored on Stakeholder Theory. Further, the empirical review, critique of reviewed literature, a summary and the research gaps were presented. The overall correlation analysis results showed that there was a significant but negative relationship between stakeholder participation and corruption levels as supported by correlation coefficient of -.741. The regression analysis results showed the coefficient of determination R square is 0.548 and R is 0.720 at 0.05 significance level. The coefficient of determination indicates that 54.8% of the variation on corruption level is influenced by stakeholder participation. The findings from the study are to benefit the policy makers, public service, citizens of Kenya and other stakeholders. It also fills the knowledge gap owed to previous little research on the influence of stakeholder participation on corruption levels. The study recommended that the public service should be keen to design policies and implement programs targeted on addressing the specific stakeholder sub constructs (stakeholder voice, openness, and partnership) so as to address the run-away corruption in the public service.

The state of war between North and South Sudan, the inability of the two sides to resolve the oil transit issue, and the incapacity of both states to bring security to their own territories, the mistrust in leadership and communities are a sad outcome of years of negotiations, mediation, and agreements that sought to help Sudan, whether as a single or divided entity, find a degree of stability. The current crisis and its implications on the region remains wanting, hence the dire need for deliberate attempts through decisive leadership and focus on solutions rather than the diversities and conflict “fires. This paper has given the genesis of the problem and some of the effective strategic leadership strategies that could potentially with collective support from stakeholders support a RETURN TO PEACE in the youngest African Nation.  


Transparency and Accountability Habitat through Information and Communication (Tachicom-Kenya) has a mission to support institutions and citizens to harness information, communication and IT solutions across all sectors for transparency and accountability through policy, management, development, maintenance, training and knowledge sharing. The following is a description of key institutions that are endeavoring towards transparency:


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