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Corruption in Nigeria undermines democratic institutions, retards economic development and contributes to government instability. Corruption attacks the foundation of democratic institutions by distorting electoral processes, perverting the rule of law, and creating bureaucratic quagmires whose only reason for existence is the soliciting of bribes.
Mission Statement
To rid Nigeria of corruption through lawful enforcement and preventive measures.
Vision Statement
A Nigeria free from all forms of corruption and corrupt practices.
ICPC in the News / Corruption Stories Around the World
Promoting Anti-Corruption IT-based and other Solutions

Promoting Anti-Corruption IT-based and other Solutions | Published 14-Jun-2016

Group urge FG to spread the use of CBT to recruitments The group, the New Initiative for Credible Leadership has called on the Nigerian government to adopt the Computer-Based Test for all examination and recruitment processes in Nigeria The group said … Read the Rest

ICPC Chairman Gets ICA Fellowship Award

ICPC Chairman Gets ICA Fellowship Award | Published 10-Jun-2016

The Chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Mr. Ekpo Nta has been conferred with an award of fellowship by the Governing Board of the Institute of Corporate Administration (ICA). Mr. Nta was given the … Read the Rest

₦575m Fraud: ICPC Docks Senior Manager of Calabar Free Trade Zone, Other

₦575m Fraud: ICPC Docks Senior Manager of Calabar Free Trade Zone, Other | Published 08-Jun-2016

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), has arraigned one Michael Okpo and Dasel Nanjwan before the High Court in Calabar, Cross River State for alleged fraud of ₦575m. The duo who are staff  of the Calabar … Read the Rest

Visit of the Country Representative of UNODC to  ICPC

Visit of the Country Representative of UNODC to ICPC | Published 02-Jun-2016

At the occasion of the visit of the Country Representative of UNODC, Ms Christina Albertin to ICPC on May 9, 2016, she wondered among other things about the large number of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Nigeria. In his response to this … Read the Rest

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