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International JOURNAL of Education and Research

Corruption is not a phenomenon in Kenya. Every year, audit records indicate the tendency to break the precious records of losses with impunity. Anti-corruption agencies are yet to succes in accurately identyfyng the culprits, prosecuting them successfully and recovering the hard earned funds that have been stolen. Futher, a moral culture and institutional contexts that would make corruption repulsive, unattractive and unrewarding have not been developed. such a moral culture would help in fostering ethically sensitive and commited leaders and citizens who would recognize fighting corruption in all its forms as their rightful and onourable duty. This paper addresed the problem of corruption in Kenya utilising philosophical methods of reflective analysis, evaluation and prescription. The author argues that moral education and leadership have greatly been underutilized. Moral education and leadership, with reference to fighting corruption are conceived as comprising of three elements namely: ethical awarenes, ethical sensitivity and ethical commitment to action. The paper proposes how education and leadership can be promoted and the likely challenges that would have to be confronted in the process at individual and corporate levels.

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Pengarang Dr. Francis Gikonyo Wokabi - Personal Name
No. Panggil 330 FGW i
ISBN/ISSN 2411-5681
Subyek JUrnal Internasional
Judul Seri
GMD Text
Bahasa Indonesia
Penerbit international centre
Tahun Terbit 2019
Tempat Terbit
Deskripsi Fisik ill, 166 hlm; 29 cm
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