Maritime Anti-Corruption Network holds Members Fall Meeting in London

In 2012, the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN), in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Technical Unit on Government and Anti-Corruption Reforms (TUGAR) and the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) commissioned a corruption risk assessment (CRA) in the Nigerian port sector. The assessment set out to understand the main drivers of corruption in the sector, identify specific measures for addressing such drivers, and catalyze action among public and private sector stakeholders.The Corruption risk assessment report made specific recommendations for action to eliminate corruption in the Nigerian port sector. Amongst the recommendations was a proposal for Ethics Training and Capacity-building programs to strengthen transparency and accountability of port stakeholders.

Culled from the website of Nigerian Shippers’ Council via:

L- R: Gemma Ailofi, Basel Institute of Governance, Dr. Jumoke Oduwole, Special Adviser to the President on the Ease of Doing Business, Mr. Moses Fadipe, DD Complaints, Nigerian Shippers Council, Mrs. Rasheedat Okoduwa, Director, Public Enlightenment, ICPC, Mr. Soji Apampa, CEO, Convention on Business Integrity and Mr. Vivek Menon, MACN
Panel discussants at the Keynote Session on MACN Collective Action Programme in Nigeria: 3rd left, Dr. Jumoke Oduwole (Presidency); Centre, Mr. Moses Fadipe (Ng Shippers Council); Mrs. Rasheedat Okoduwa (ICPC) Mr. Soji Apampa (Convention on Business Integrity) & Mr. Vivek Menon ( MACN)

Mrs. Rasheedat A. Okoduwa, mni ICPC representative with a participant during one of the sessions
Participants from over 150 countries
Group Session
Break out session on Nigeria, Argentina and India