The Chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Professor Bolaji Owasanoye, SAN, has charged operatives of the Commission to be dedicated in the discharge of their official duties.
Professor Owasanoye gave the charge through the Head of Constituency and Executive Project Tracking Division (CEPTD), Mrs. Ekere Usiere, who represented him at a training session for 50 personnel of the Commission organised by the World Bank Group in Abuja recently.
The 5-day training was organised in conjunction with the World Bank and its objectives were to among others aid investigations and enhance recovery of public funds/assets through remote sensing of projects under investigation, advance use of the KoBoToolbox application, GIS and Data Analysis/Reporting for Trackers/Investigators, and Data Analysis and Visualization – use of Geodata Mapping for Investigators.
The KoboToolbox app is an open source application deployed for remote supervision, monitoring and evaluation, portfolio mapping and tracking of projects across the country.
The Chairman further urged the participants to continue treading the path of integrity as they embark on the next phase of constituency and executive project tracking exercise.
He added that staff should be mindful of the fact that ICPC is an integrity organization and therefore should display high a level of transparency while on the field.