THE ICPC Chairman, Dr Musa Aliyu, SAN, has reiterated the commission’s commitment to integrity, accountability and excellence in building a corruption free country, where the rule of Law prevailed.
Mrs Azuka Ogugua, the spokesperson for the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) said this in a statement on Monday, in Abuja.
Ogugua explained that the ICPC chairman made the comment, while addressing the management staff and Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioners from 21 state offices at its management and leadership retreat in Kano, on Monday.
The chairman noted that the retreat provided a unique opportunity to the commission to reflect on past achievements, assess current challenges and strategise for the future.
The ICPC boss used the occasion to reveal his vision and policy thrust, which would be validated during the retreat.
Aliyu said that his policy thrust, “CARE’’, an acronym for Culture, Accountability, Responsibility, and Efficiency, encapsulates the core values and principles that will guide our actions and decisions moving forward”.
While thanking the guest speakers at the retreat, the chairman expressed the hope that the outcome of the deliberations would help shape the future of the commission and make a lasting impact on the socio-economic development of the nation.
“I urge each and every one of you to actively participate, engage in meaningful dialogue, and contribute your valuable insights and perspectives.
“Together, we have the opportunity to shape the future of ICPC and make a lasting impact on the socio-economic development of our nation,” he said.
Ogugua further explained that the 3-day retreat featured presentations by the management team as well as resident anti-corruption commissioners.
“Also lined up for the retreat are lectures by Prof. Attahiru Jega, Justice HAO Abiru and Dr Ibrahim Sule, as well as robust strategy and interactive sessions.
“The retreat is expected to come up with resolutions that will form a part of ICPC’s 2024 – 2028 Strategic Plan and Priorities.”(NAN)
-January 30, 2024 @ 6:11 GMT|Tags: Azuka Ogugua Dr Musa Aliyu