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ICPC Charges ACTUs On National Ethics, Integrity Policy In Public Service – Concise News

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The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other . Offences Commission (ICPC) has set out to educate the Anti-Corruption and Transparency Units (ACTUs) of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) on the National Ethics and Integrity Policy (NEIP) and other major initiatives of the Commission with a view to strengthening them to prevent corruption in the public service.

The ICPC Chairman, Professor Bolaji Owasanoye, SAN, made this known recently in Ibadan, Oyo State during a two-day training for executives of ACTUs in the South-West geo-political zone.

The Chairman, who was represented by an ICPC Board Member, AIG Olugbenga Adeyanju (Rtd), stated that the implementation of NEIP’s seven core values of Human dignity, Voice and Participation, Patriotism, Personal Responsibility, Integrity, National Unity and Professionalism was one of the strategies which would contribute towards promoting accountability across the public service system.

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The ICPC Chairman stressed that the training would provide ICPC and the ACTU members the opportunity to take stock, share experience and evaluate the journey so far in the deployment of the Ethics and Integrity Compliance Scorecard (EICS) within the service, to appreciate areas of strength and vulnerability and make adjustments in areas w. improvement was necessary.

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