Concerning the bribery 651 of the respondents pointed out that of it do not

Concerning the bribery 651 of the respondents pointed

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Concerning the bribery, 65.1 % of the respondents pointed out that of it do not exist while 34.9% agreed that it does exist but at lower levels as shown in Table 4-8.Table 4.8 BriberyFrequencvPercentCumulative PercentLow7534.934.9None14065.1100.0Total215100.04.3.4 Staff RecruitmentThe researcher wanted to find out the state of staff recruitment in terms interference fromthe political and other governance circles as shown in Table 4-9. Table 4.9 Biased RecruitmentFrequencvPercent Cumulative PercentLow7032.632.6Moderate104.737.2High52.339.5None13060.5100.0Total215100.034
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It was pointed out in response by 60.5% of the participants that there was no biasness in staff recruitment while 36.6%, 4.7% and 2.3% of them felt that there was a low, moderate and high biasness level in staff recruitment respectively.4J.5Misappropriation of fundsIn the pursuit to establish the extent of misappropriation of SACCO funds, the researcher sought for the information from the respondents that indicate the various levels of misuse as shown in Table 4.10.Table 4.10 Misappropriation of fundsFrequencyPercentCumulative PercentLow6530.230.2Moderate5023.353.5High104.758.1None9041.9100.0Total215100.0It was indicated that there was no misappropriation by 41.9% of the respondents. A very low percentage at 6.7% of the participants indicated high misappropriation while 30.2% and 23.3% of them indicated low and moderate embezzlement. Table 4-10 shows the results on SACCO funds embezzlement4.3.6 Existence of wranglesThe researcher inferred for the existence of wrangle and demonstrations in the SACCO administration as shown in Table 4-11.Table 4.11 Wrangles and DemonstrationsFrequencyPercentCumulative PercentLow4520.920.9Moderate52.323.3None16576.7100.0Total215100.0It was found out in response from 76.7% of the participants that wrangles never exist while 20.9 and 2.3% felt that low and moderate levels of disputes in administration existed.4.3.7 Staff TurnoverThe results shown in Table 4-12 indicate the recorded responses on staff turnover.35
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Table 4.12 Staff TurnoverFrequencyPercentCumulative PercentLow6530.230.2Moderate6530.260.5High209.369.8None6530.2100.0Total215100.0The respondents in giving account of the turnover of staff revealed that only 9.3% of the respondents believed that the turnover was high. The rest indicated that the turnover was low and moderate at 30.2% each. The remaining 30.2% of the participants felt that there was no staff turnover.4.3.8 Political InfluenceWhen considering the political influence on the running of the SACCO businesses, the results are shown in Table 4.13.Table4.13 Level of Political InfluenceFrequencyPercentCumulative PercentLow7032.632.6Moderate2511.644.2High52.346.5None11553.5100.0Total215100.0It was revealed that there was no political influence by 53.5% of the participants while 32.6% of them felt that low level of political influence played part in the running of the SACCO. However 11.6% and 2.3% of the respondents indicated that there exist moderate and high political influences respectively.
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