EACC Clearance Certificate: How to Get it


The eacc clearance certificate is considered as one of the most difficult forms to obtain in Kenya. This is a MUST have certificate for those seeking employment from the government. What makes the Certificate difficult to obtain, is the bureaucracy involved in obtaining it in the first place.

To obtain the certificate, one has to physically visit EACC offices or Integrity House in Nairobi which is located on Milimani Road, adjacent to Valley Road on Integrity Centre to obtain a self-declaration form.

How to get the eacc clearance certificate

The self-declaration form is filled to completion and then taken to Forodha House in Milimani Law Court on Upper Hill Close near Ushuru Co-op Savings & Credit Society limited Nairobi. At the court, one has to part with Ksh 50 to obtain a signature and seal from the magistrate on duty (only between 12 pm -13 pm and 2 pm-3:30 pm working days).

To avoid the long queue at Forodha House, one can opt to have the form signed and stamped by a private lawyer at a good cost.

After appending the signature and seal, the form is taken back to EACC office at Integrity House in Nairobi to obtain a clearance signature from the officials of Kenya Anti Corruption Authority.

How to get the Kenya Anti-corruption Clearance Form EACC


  • Download and fill a self-declaration form in duplicate here or from the EACC’s website or pick one from Integrity Centres in one of the regional offices in Mombasa, Nyeri, Kisumu, Garissa, and Eldoret.
  • Attach a copy of National ID card or Passport, KRA PIN Certificate and academic certificates (if any).
  • Have the duly filled form signed and stamped by either a Commissioner for Oaths or Magistrate.
  • Photocopy the stamped and completed form.
  • Submit the two forms in person or dropped it at any of the EACC Head Office at Integrity Centre, Nairobi or at any EACC Regional Office or Huduma Centers countrywide.
  • Upon submission, both forms will be stamped by EACC; one will be retained by the EACC and one issued to the applicant.


No certificate is issued; however, the Commission will submit to the employing agency/panel a confidential report on all shortlisted applicants.

Provision of false information to the Commission is considered as a serious offense under Section 46 (1) (d) of the Leadership and Integrity Act, 2012 and is punishable by a fine of Ksh 5 million or imprisonment for a term of 5 years or both.

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