Employees of the Tanzania Atomic Energy Commission (TAEC) participated in a one-day seminar on good governance and anti-corruption tactics in the workplace on Tuesday, 16th February 2021.
The seminar has been conducted at TAEC Headquarters in Arusha by the Arusha Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB) office.
The seminar aimed at giving TAEC staff awareness on issues leading to corruption in their workplaces and how to combat them, so as to improve their performance.
Opening the seminar, the TAEC Director General, Prof. Lazaro S. P. Busagala said fighting corruption at workplaces is a paramount to the betterment of the development at our workplaces and the county in general. He urged all staff to strive to good conducts and adhere to work ethics and comply with Laws and procedures.
“If we implement and adhere to the anti-corruption tactics to be presented we will see progress coming to our institution, and the country as a whole, so I urge my colleagues not to engage in corruption acts” Prof. Busagala said.
He congratulated the TAEC staff for continuing to be righteous in the execution of their duties.
Prof. Busagala said in recent audit over the past two years shows no signs of corruption at TAEC. He urged TAEC employees to continue working under good governance principles.
In the course of her presentations, the Head of the Public Education Desk PCCB Northern region, Mrs. Frolence Mwita said corruption has significantly impacted the world but PCCB has set out strategies to combat corruption issues in Tanzania.
She urged TAEC staff to avoid corruption as it undermines economic development in the country.