The Acting Chairman of the Kano State Anti-Corruption and Public Complaints Commission, Mahmud Balarabe has commended the effort of the Commission on the Constituency and Executive Projects Tracking Initiative, which ensures proper and transparent execution of projects in the country.
Mr. Balarabe, who made this statement during an advocacy visit to the Kano state office of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), stated that Kano state Anti-Corruption Commission’s success was dependent upon the quality of support it receives from Nigeria’s pioneer anti-corruption agency, ICPC.
According to the Ag. Chairman, Kano Anti-Corruption Agency could not achieve its objectives without the support of ICPC, going by the overwhelming number of petitions it received daily.
Responding, the ICPC Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner, Ibrahim Garba Kagara expressed his appreciation to the Kano Anti-Graft Agency for identifying with ICPC, and gave his commitment to the collaboration as requested, so as to achieve a corruption-free Nigeria.
Mr. Kagara further stated that strengthening the existing relationship was necessary, especially in human resource development and corruption prevention techniques.