Introducing #ItStartsWithYou: Mulika Hongo

Mulika Hongo is here! What’s your role as a citizen towards eliminating corruption in Kenya? Promoting and facilitating citizen participation in reducing crime. By SMS, you can now report any government official asking/demanding for a bribe to perform their duties and any government official receiving a bribe in order to look the other way when an…

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Mulika Kenya Initiative Features

Peace panel to tackle strife in Kisumu, Nandi – The Star Security stakeholders from Nandi and Kisumu counties have formed a joint peace monitoring committee to find a permanent solution to border conflict. Members of the committee include security agencies, youth, religious leaders, women and elders. The committee was launched in Nakuru town yesterday after…

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We Are Now Countrywide. #MulikaKenya

An ambitious text based policing portal that enables whistleblowers to inform security agencies of brewing dens and any crime as it occurs has now gone national.   The community based crime monitoring and reporting system ‘Mulika Uhalifu’ is now in use in Nakuru and Nandi counties where it has shown a positive response from security…

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Mulika Uhalifu Initiative as Featured By The Media

Hivisasa Feature ‘Mulika Uhalifu’ launched in Nakuru ‘Mulika Uhalifu’, a crime monitoring and reporting system, was launched on Wednesday, Nakuru county by the county’s security committee. It was developed by Grace Wanjohi, founder of Mulika initiative and is expected to improve security responses in the county. Joshua Nkanatha the county commissioner said the system will aid…

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President Obama Arrives in Kenya with a message on corruption

  According to the American president corruption costs Kenya 250,000 jobs annually. Every shilling that is paid off as a bribe could be paid to a hardworking Kenya. Africa has challenges that can only be solved by Africans themselves. Corruption has always remained at the top of the problem chain in Africa. The deceit of…

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Integrity Support Services Featured: New anti-fraud portal rolls out in Nakuru

Fraud by employees is one of the greatest reasons why businesses fail in Africa, according to Integrity Support Services CEO Grace Wanjohi. In an interview at a Nakuru hotel, Ms Wanjohi said her own experience in her business venture inspired her to venture into this. “What hurt me most is that my very own employees after…

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TRENDING: Kenya’s commercial banks lose $9.4m to fraud in just six months

An investigation report cites identity theft, electronic funds transfer, cheques and credit card fraud, forgery of documents and online fraud as among the ways through which financial institutions lost cash. The investigation report cites identity theft, electronic funds transfer, cheques and credit card fraud, forgery of documents and online fraud as among the ways through…

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#TRENDING: Njoro Teacher Denies Molesting 6 Students

A teacher accused of sexually molesting six Njoro Girls High School students has been denied bail. The teacher will remain in custody until all the students have testified. Chief Magistrate Doreen Mulekyo said the case would be heard on a priority basis starting July 6. The girls were allegedly indecently assaulted by the Kiswahili teacher,…

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Fraudsters Be Warned

Are you a hardworking Kenyan? Have you been a victim of fraud? Have you suffered the pains of anguish and financial loss as a result of trusting your service provider? The solution is Business Integrity Africa.

According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners a typical organization loses 5% of revenue to fraud each year. More than one third of every society have been susceptible to one form of fraud or another, be it misappropriation, misrepresentation, counterfeits, forgery, bribery and corruption. A PWC survey found out that consumer, retail sector and the financial service are affected globally with a 49% incident rate of economic crime. Kenya was ranked 7th in the word with the highest level of economic crime!

A separate survey according to the KPMG Africa fraud barometer in 2012 showed fraud cases according to regions and Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya topped the list. The most common offenders of such are always business people, employees and government officials. This can be very frustrating in terms of cost, lost reputation, reduced productivity, lost revenue and various risks that individuals and organizations are vulnerable to and the perpetual follow up that always lead to dead ends. As an individual or organization what do you do when you have been defrauded?

Business Integrity Africa Ltd. will work in cooperation with law enforcers and fraud examiners in seeking to realize zero tolerance to fraud in our community. To achieve this, we have created a fraud prevention database where individuals and organizations share data, report and check on fraud cases. The company maintains an employee and individual or supplier fraud database.The database ensures that people say and do what they mean and mean what they say and do(integrity) and on such they will be held accountable.

The next time you employ your house-help, buy goods from your suppliers, buy that piece of land, recruit that new staff, so long as they are in the database, you can rest easy and worry about other things.

Clients registered with BIA Ltd are urged, upon detection of fraud to lodge a complaint with the police and obtain an OB Number (Occurrence book number). They can then log in the portal and input such details and the culprits will be blacklisted and held accountable. Clients are also urged to check with the database as a pre-screening process before hiring anyone or doing business with anyone.

Never again shall you as an individual or an organization be susceptible to fraudsters and criminals who want to exploit or kill your business potential or even harm your children. Say no to fraud and do not be the next victim. Register now with Business integrity Africa Ltd and get value for your money, expand your business and have peace of mind.

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Curbing Crime Will Increase Employment and Expand Businesses

The growing threat from fraud can be effectively combated by organizations and individuals co-operating and adopting a common approach that includes zero tolerance to all types of fraud and a rigorous anti-fraud culture that promotes honesty, openness, integrity and vigilance throughout the business community. Employee fraud has been on the rise in the recent past…

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