Partner in Intelligence Sharing to Fight Corruption, ICPC Charges Law Enforcement

The Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner (RACC) of the Kano State office of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Mr. Ibrahim Garba has called on Law Enforcement Agencies in the state to partner with one another in information and intelligence sharing in the conduct of their activities.

Mr. Garba, who was represented by Assistant Chief Superintendent, Public Enlightenment & Education, Dalhatu Bangaje, stated this while delivering a goodwill message at a one-day Anti-Corruption Symposium organised by the Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission (PCACC) in collaboration with the Nigeria Police Force, Kano State Command.

The RACC commended the organizers for bringing stakeholders together, adding that ICPC will continue to partner and work assiduously with them all to eradicate corruption from all segments and sectors in the state.

In his keynote address, Kano State Commissioner of Police, Mahmoud Usaini Gumel, stated that corruption was a cancer, which eats up every fabric of the society, hindering developmental progress, distorting justice and undermining public trust. It was, therefore, our constitutional responsibility to ensure the total eradication of the menace from the society.

Earlier, in his opening remarks, the Executive Chairman of Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission (PCACC), Mr. Muhuyi Magaji Rimin-Gado, said that the essence of the gathering was to unite the law enforcement agencies in the fight against corruption in the state.