The Immigration Liaison Manager, British High Commission, Mr. Liam Harrison, has commended the Anti-Corruption Academy of Nigeria (ACAN), the training arm of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) over the facilities it has put in place at the academy for anti-corruption learning and training activities.
He made the commendation recently as the leader of a team of British High Commission’s officers who were being conducted round the academy located in Keffi, Nasarawa State by its Provost, Professor Sola Akinrinade.
Mr. Harrison who expressed satisfaction with the facilities and structures he saw, described ACAN as the most advanced training facility he had seen in Nigeria.
His word, “The facilities are very impressive actually, I’m surprised! This is probably the most advanced training facility I have seen in Nigeria so far. I have been to a few academies belonging to some other organisations but I wasn’t as impressed as what I have seen here.”
The Liaison Manager had stated earlier that the purpose of their visit was to look at ways of funding, training and ramping up development for ICPC.
He also promised that they were going to look at the training packages for ICPC to see if they could further develop the investigation skills of the officers of the Commission.