ICPC Niger State Office Urges FRSC to Uphold Transparency, Accountability in Service

Resident Anti-Corruption Commissioner of the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences (ICPC), Niger State, Mr. Chukwurah Alexander, fsi, has urged the personnel of Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) to be vigilant, ethical and proactive in upholding the values of transparency and accountability in their service to the nation.

Mr. Alexander, who made this statement during his recent familiarisation visit to the Sector Commander of FRSC, further stated that the commitment of the ICPC for strengthening collaboration and interagency liaison with government agencies informed his visit to Niger State Command of the Federal Road Safety Commission.

Mr. Kumar Tsukwam, the FRSC Sector Commander, while expressing his appreciation to the Commission for its efforts in organising the sensitisation programme during the familiarisation visit; stressed that all stakeholders must cooperate at all levels to defeat corrupt practices in Nigeria.

The sensitisation briefing by ICPC Superintendent Galadima Moses aimed to raise awareness about the importance of upholding ethical standards and integrity among public servants, especially those in law enforcement agencies like the FRSC.

During the interactive session, FRSC personnel were educated on various forms of corruption, ethical dilemmas encountered in their line of duty, and the importance of reporting suspicious activities to the appropriate authorities.

The sensitisation programme marked a significant step towards fostering a culture of integrity and anti-corruption within the Corps and underscored the collective responsibility of public servants in the fight against corruption.