ICPC Urges ITF Officials to Steer Clear of Unethical Practices, Adopt Ethical Values

The Ondo State office of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has urged officials of the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) to steer clear of unethical practices and to adopt ethical values in their daily obligations.

Mr. Jenmi Ganiu Owolabi, a Principal Superintendent with ICPC, made this call during a paper presentation titled “Understanding Ethics in the Public Service” at a sensitization session for management and staff of the ITF in Akure, Ondo State.

Mr. Owolabi stated that the quickest way to achieving the Fund’s mission of ‘setting and regulating training standards, and providing human capital development intervention using a corps of highly competent professionals’ was to shun unethical practices in the discharge of their duties.

Thereafter in his address, the ITF Area Manager in the state, Mr. Gabriel Oladimeji, who was represented by the Head of Training, Dr. Ola Adams, commended the initiatives of the Commission and its continuous efforts of educating public servants against elements that constitute corrupt practices.