Nairobi, Sept. 27 -- The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) will require an estimated Sh37.1 billion to effectively deter and punish corruption.

The commission, in its Strategic Plan 2023-2028, hopes to upscale investigations on corruption, economic crimes and bribery.

EACC plans to step up follow-up of cases and closely supervise the implementation of measures to prevent graft in partnership with other oversight agencies. It will also automate its monitoring and evaluation systems.

Going forward, the EACC said, it will leverage on technology even as it called for concerted efforts in fighting the vice.

And, following the renewed commitment by President William Ruto to fight corruption, the EACC will prioritise "high impact ...