Kenya's Struggle in the Fight against Corruption, Challenges and Prospects: 1997 -2012.
In 2001 and 2013, Kenya was ranked number four of the most corrupt countries in the world. This has prompted the researcher to examine Kenya's struggle in the fight against corruption since December 1997 to 2012. The aim has been to examine the various anticorruption bodies mandated to fight the vice since then, again interrogate their policies and look at the leadership and integrity Act 2012 since August 2012 to date. The researcher proposes to use EACC officers as study population to address the problem. The researcher propose to apply the conflict transformation theory and the manifest conflict theory, both based on Social Conflict Theory by Galtung (1973). The study will apply a descriptive research design based on qualitative and quantitative approach. The researcher anticipates that when Kenyans transforms their interests into values, corruption will reduce to manageable levels and the vision of EACC to be a world class institution, fostering zero tolerance to corruption will be realized.