The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has called on the Anambra State chapter of the Association of Federal Agencies to not just preach integrity to their staff, but to continue to lead by example.
ICPC’s Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner (RACC) for Anambra State, Mr. Godwin Oche, made the call on Monday while receiving in audience the executive officers of the Association led by its Chairman, Mr. Dara Chijoke, in his office.
While welcoming the leaders of the Association to his office, Mr. Oche expressed his appreciation for the visit, and also commended them for doing a good job of piloting the affairs of the Association in the right direction.
Oche told the visitors that the Commission’s doors were open for complaints and petitions on corruption, while calling for collaboration among member organizations to bring corruption to a standstill in Anambra State.
In his response, the Chairman of the Association, Mr. Chijoke thanked the RACC on behalf of the Association, saying that he was delighted to have ICPC as a dedicated member of the Association.
Chijioke used the opportunity of the visit to brief the RACC on the Association’s preparation to elect new executives.