The University of Nairobi Procurement Manager, Mr. Joseph Mokaya, was one of the leading trainers as staff from the Central Administration were being sensitized on corruption prevention, ethics and integrity. The sensitization workshop was held at the Maktaba Hall, Jomo Kenyatta Memorial Library on June, 8, 2015.
Speaking during the sensitization process, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi urged the staff to render services to students without fear or favour noting that corrupt practises can impair the growth of the University. Prof. Mbithi was represented by Prof. Isaac Mbeche, Ag. Deputy Vice-Chancellor Administration and Finance.
"We must do something about corruption to produce high quality and holistic graduates," said the Deputy Vice-Chancellor. Staff members were urged to avoid the bad habits that diminish the University of Nairobi brand image.
On his part, Mr. Joseph Mokaya, the Procurement Manager, urged the staff from the Central Department to follow the new procurement law to avoid falling trap to corrupt practises.
Also present during the sensitization workshop were Dr. Dismas Bulinda, Registrar Administration and Chief Internal Audit, Mr. Patrick Agutu.