Kenyan President unveils new website

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has unveiled a new website that allows members of the public to communicate directly to him.

Incorporated in the website is a platform for the public to report corruption incidents within State agencies.

State House Spokesman Manoah Esipisu in a statement to newsrooms said “the launch of the new-look website provides us with an opportunity to leverage ICT tools in restoring Integrity, Accountability and Transparency.”

The corruption reporting link is part of the new Presidential website – www.president.go.ke – that now replaces the previous State House website. The anti-corruption link is here:

Those reporting corruption can also make use of the Short Message Service (SMS) to report graft through the SMS code 33000.