Corp members of the 2011 Batch ‘A‘ ICPC Community Development Service Group FCT chapter have donated two Anti-Corruption billboards to the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC).
Receiving the gift from the Coordinator of the CDS Group Mrs Helen Eyo, on behalf of the Acting Chairman and management of the Commission, Secretary to the Commission Mr Elvis Oglafa expressed gratitude to the Corp Members for their commitment and patriotism. He said the gift is “priceless’’ and would help the Commission in its public education and enlightenment campaign.
Mr oglafa noted that nation building starts from the individual and then to the society and urged the corp members to always strive to do good and shun corruption in the society and also keep their zeal for the nation’s building high.
He urged the corp members to be anti-corruption vanguards and good ambassadors of the Commission through upholding the virtues of integrity and reporting corrupt practices to the Commission.
The coordinator of the CDS Group, Mrs Helen Eyo said the little token is a gesture in appreciation of the the commission for being a parent body and the source of strength to the group.
In a short remark, the HOD Education who was represented by a senior official on the department Mr Demola Bakare thanked the corp members for their patriotism and urged them to consider the Commission as a second home.
The Head of the youth mobilization unit of the commission, Mrs. Azuka Ogugua called the corp members to be people of integrity and should always ask themselves what positive impact they can do for their country.
The leader of the CDS group thanked the secretary for being a huge support to the CDS group throughout their service year and he promised that they will continue to fight against corruption.