- The ethics commission resolved to have pupils taught anti-graft lessons to instill moral values in them
- The commission says the curriculum is ready only awaiting the piloting by Education Ministry
- A 2 national anti-corruption confrence will also be held from January 25, 2019
In an effort to insist good morals in children, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has resolved to have pupils in primary schools start receiving anti-corruption lessons.
The commission said on Thursday, January 10, it has developed the curriculum and it was only awaiting the piloting by the Education Ministry.
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Anti-graft lessons to be taught in primary schoolsSource: UGC
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The new programme was revealed by Director field services at EACC, Vincent Odongo, at a Nairobi hotel during a news conference convened by the multi-sectorial initiative against corruption.
The curriculum is ready and just awaiting piloting, said Odongo
The team agreed it will be a good initiative to instil right values in children so that they can grow knowing corruption is bad.
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The team also plans to hold a two-day national anti-corruption conference between January 25 and 26 at Bomas of Kenya to review commitment in fight against corruption.
During the conference a four-year action plan will also be launched.
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