The Delta ICPC Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner, Edet Ufot, has enjoined judiciary workers in Delta State to enthrone transparency , accountability and integrity in the day to day functioning of their ministry.
Ufot made this call at an anti-corruption sensitization programme with emphasis on workplace integrity, ethical reorientation, and ICPC law awareness which was held at the Delta State High Court Complex, Asaba.
The RACC told the participants that the triad concepts of integrity, transparency and accountability in employees were indispensable to an organisation that was aiming for success in the delivery of its mandate.
He said given the high rate of unemployment in the country, it behoves on employees to reciprocate the opportunity given to them to serve by helping the organisation achieve its mandate.
Earlier during the opening ceremony of the event, the Chief Judge of Delta State, His Lordship Theresa Diai, who was represented by the Deputy Chief Registrar, Mrs Gloria Abrakata, commended ICPC for embarking on the anti-corruption sensitization campaign, noting that it would do a world of good to workers of the ministry in the performance of their duties.
One of the paper presenters, Olatunji Yusuf, ICPC Head of Operations, Delta State, provided the workers deep insights into the contents of the ICPC law.
The event also featured interactive sessions where participants were provided answers by ICPC officials to questions on the subjects of the presentations.